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I'm trying to complete my N-400 Application form, and had 2 questions I was hoping someone can assist me with.



1) Money Order: I got mine from Bank of America and I was wondering if I should put anything else other than the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Purchaser's Name, Signature and Address? I wasn't sure if I needed to write my Alien Number and the purpose of payment somewhere in the money order since it doesn't have a memo like a personal check.



2) Signature: This question may have been answered previously, but hopefully someone will be able to repost-- do I sign it the way I always sign my checks in an "illegible" way or is this simply writing my full name in cursive?



Thank you so much for all your help. I really appreciate it!


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Welcome to the forum! Your thread is being moved from the "Introducing our Members" forum to the US Citizenship forum, purely on the basis of your questions. People will help you there. Good luck!


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Good day everyone!

I'm trying to complete my N-400 Application form, and had 2 questions I was hoping someone can assist me with.

1) Money Order: I got mine from Bank of America and I was wondering if I should put anything else other than the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Purchaser's Name, Signature and Address? I wasn't sure if I needed to write my Alien Number and the purpose of payment somewhere in the money order since it doesn't have a memo like a personal check.

2) Signature: This question may have been answered previously, but hopefully someone will be able to repost-- do I sign it the way I always sign my checks in an "illegible" way or is this simply writing my full name in cursive?

Thank you so much for all your help. I really appreciate it!

1. If it were me, I would write in the notes section: "Form N-400; A#: 12345678"; and

2. since the N-400 doesn't ask the bearer's "true and complete signature", you can sign it as you do your checks, or other legal documents. Or, you can sign it with your true and complete signature if you wanted to.


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1. If it were me, I would write in the notes section: "Form N-400; A#: 12345678"; and

2. since the N-400 doesn't ask the bearer's "true and complete signature", you can sign it as you do your checks, or other legal documents. Or, you can sign it with your true and complete signature if you wanted to.

Thank you so much!! One more question, if you don't mind, how did you sign Part 12 (Your Signature) of your N-400 form? Was it the regular "illegible" signature or just simply your name in cursive? Really appreciate your help!!

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Thank you so much!! One more question, if you don't mind, how did you sign Part 12 (Your Signature) of your N-400 form? Was it the regular "illegible" signature or just simply your name in cursive? Really appreciate your help!!

I signed my official signature for my legal documents and banks - the unintelligible signature, so-to-speak. Or, you can sign your full name in cursive - it won't matter.

Good luck!

P.S.: When you eventually sign your actual naturalization certificate, they will require you to sign your "true and complete" signature, which is your full name in your penmanship (doesn't have to be cursive by the way).

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I signed my official signature for my legal documents and banks - the unintelligible signature, so-to-speak. Or, you can sign your full name in cursive - it won't matter.

Good luck!

P.S.: When you eventually sign your actual naturalization certificate, they will require you to sign your "true and complete" signature, which is your full name in your penmanship (doesn't have to be cursive by the way).

Hi!

I'm trying to assemble my N-400 packet to send out this Friday, July 10th and just had several more questions if you don't mind:

1) Do I have to put my signature on each page of the form (all 21 pages), as well as all my supporting documents? Should I sign at the bottom right?

2) Do you have a sample image of how your N-400 packet was assembled-- are tabs required? I just created a cover letter with the contents..not sure what else to add and how to make it presentable in a way that USCIS would accept.

Thank you so much once again for your help. I really, really appreciate it!

Hi!

I'm trying to assemble my N-400 packet to send out this Friday, July 10th and just had several more questions if you don't mind:

1) Do I have to put my signature on each page of the form (all 21 pages), as well as all my supporting documents? Should I sign at the bottom right?

2) Do you have a sample image of how your N-400 packet was assembled-- are tabs required? I just created a cover letter with the contents..not sure what else to add and how to make it presentable in a way that USCIS would accept.

Thank you so much once again for your help. I really, really appreciate it!

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Hi!

I'm trying to assemble my N-400 packet to send out this Friday, July 10th and just had several more questions if you don't mind:

1) Do I have to put my signature on each page of the form (all 21 pages), as well as all my supporting documents? Should I sign at the bottom right?

2) Do you have a sample image of how your N-400 packet was assembled-- are tabs required? I just created a cover letter with the contents..not sure what else to add and how to make it presentable in a way that USCIS would accept.

Thank you so much once again for your help. I really, really appreciate it!

Hi!

I'm trying to assemble my N-400 packet to send out this Friday, July 10th and just had several more questions if you don't mind:

1) Do I have to put my signature on each page of the form (all 21 pages), as well as all my supporting documents? Should I sign at the bottom right?

2) Do you have a sample image of how your N-400 packet was assembled-- are tabs required? I just created a cover letter with the contents..not sure what else to add and how to make it presentable in a way that USCIS would accept.

Thank you so much once again for your help. I really, really appreciate it!

Sorry, For delayed response:

Question 1: Do I have to put my signature on each page of the form (all 21 pages), as well as all my supporting documents? Should I sign at the bottom right?

Answer: No. It is not necessary. We filed N400, we gave signature only those places where N400 asked. However we only wrote our full name. However, on each additional page one must write A# number on top of page where A# table is given.

Question 2: Do you have a sample image of how your N-400 packet was assembled

Answer: The following cover letter we used.

May 16, 2015

USCIS

Attn: N-400

2501 S State Hwy 121 Business <--------- This address may change according to your current Living State.

Suite 400

Lewisville, TX 75067

Subject: N-400 Application for Naturalization

Applicant: M** S**** N***** / A# 061-***-***

Dear Sir/Madam,

Enclosed please kindly find my Form N-400, along with copies of the following documents in support of the above-referenced Application for Naturalization:

  1. A cashier's check amount of $680.

  2. Form G-1145.

  3. This Application.

  4. Completely filled and signed form N-400.

  5. Two identical color photographs.

  6. Photocopy of Permanent Resident Card.

Kindly, contact me if you need additional documents or information. Thank you in advance for your kind attention to this matter.

Sincerely,

M** S**** N*****

Cell: +1-347-***-****

Email: ********.****@gmail.com

(address)

Note: For photograph, we put our 2 copy color photo in a white envelop and attached the envelop with A4 page. On back of photograph, we wrote A#, applicants name and date of birth.

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