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My wife had her naturalization interview 1 week ago. It went smoothly, they told her she passed and the N-652 she received indicates she is being recommended for approval.

However, after we got home we realized that the N-652 has the wrong A number listed at the top (maybe somebody else's). Her case status online still is in the stage of scheduled for interview with no new updates.

-The simplest explanation we think is that they just picked up the wrong paper from the printer, hence the wrong A number, and everything is fine. However, I also worry whether they updated the wrong case, which could explain why hers does not show an update.

Any opinions? Wait a while and see what happens? Call the customer service line? Go for an infopass?

thanks


9/7: N-400 application delivered to USCIS Phoenix Lockbox

9/12 Check cashed

9/14: Received receipt notice

9/16: Received biometrics appointment letter

9/26: Completed biometrics

9/28: Inline for interview scheduling

11/9: received yellow letter

11/23: Interview scheduled email received

11/28: Interview letter received

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Sorry but you need to schedule InfoPass ASAP, your case is local now. Customer service line will have no idea. Interviewers always print paper after interview so it is clearly they messed up. That's why you need to read every paper carefully before leaving.


N400

12/06/2014: Package filed

12/31/2014: Fingerprinted

02/06/2015: In-Line for Interview

04/15/2015: Passed Interview

05/05/2015: Oath letter was sent

05/22/2015: Oath Ceremony

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Sorry but you need to schedule InfoPass ASAP, your case is local now. Customer service line will have no idea. Interviewers always print paper after interview so it is clearly they messed up. That's why you need to read every paper carefully before leaving.

Well, we amazingly were able to get a same day infopass (must have been a cancellation). The IO looked up her case and it showed that it was properly updated after interview and is currently in the "quality control" and will be going for oath scheduling next. So he thought the mixup was just that they gave her the wrong paper.

Anyway, was still worth going, just for piece of mind.


9/7: N-400 application delivered to USCIS Phoenix Lockbox

9/12 Check cashed

9/14: Received receipt notice

9/16: Received biometrics appointment letter

9/26: Completed biometrics

9/28: Inline for interview scheduling

11/9: received yellow letter

11/23: Interview scheduled email received

11/28: Interview letter received

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