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I know from previous posts and other responses that you are allowed to travel between the interview and the oath ceremony.

I am looking for someone who may have had the experience of answering yes to this question, especially for the oath in Houston.

I was out of the US for 3 days for work purposes after the interview (total time between interview and oath is 45 days). However, I am worried about how the officers will handle this when I fill out my I-445. Any suggestions?


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Anybody with previous experience or advice about this specific issue. I may need to leave for a couple of weeks between interview and oath.

It's possible that I may have to come back just for the oath - so one day before.

Family health problems that I, unfortunately, have to attend to

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