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I ran into a problem. My husband and I live in Georgia and he sent the naturalization papers a couple days ago. I went to Germany to see my family this summer and it was planned that I return to the states in a week. Unfortunatly my grandfather has become very ill and requires help, so I have somewhat decided to stay here in Germany. His illness will not become any better anymore, so the length of my stay in unknown. Now I am wondering if it is possible to fly back to the states to each individual appointment, meaning biometrics, interview, and oath as they will be separate appointments, or if they would deny the process because of my absence. Is there is a chance of speeding it up (probably not but I figured I'd ask) or of putting interview and oath together somehow? Maybe someone has other ideas I have not thought of?

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