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My citizenship interview is scheduled for this Saturday, 1/9/16!!!! I realized this week that I never changed my address with the Selective Service. I was 23 in 2012 when I became I permanent resident. I registered right away but have since moved twice but never notified them. Now that I am 26 my requirement is over, but I am wondering if my old address on the selective service card will be an issue at all during the interview. I don't really think it will but does anyone have any experience?

-- Bonus question: Is the oath usually scheduled the same day as the interview? For some reason I assumed it is, but after further reading online I can't tell what the norm is. I will be at the Tampa office.


4/25/2009 : Began dating!

12/11/2011: I proposed, she said yes!

4/1/2012 : Married!

Adjustment of Status

5/1/2012 : I-130, I-485, I-765 mailed to Chicago
5/8/2012 : SMS/Email notification
5/10/2012: Received I-797's
5/17/2012: Received Biometrics Appointment Notice
5/23/2012: RFE (I-864)
6/4/2012 : RFE Response mailed
6/7/2012 : Biometrics Appointment
7/7/2012 : Received EAD
7/13/2012: Received Interview Appointment Notice
8/14/2012: Interview - Approved!!! I'm a permanent resident!!
8/20/2012: Received I-485, I-130 acceptance notice
8/22/2012: Received Permanent Resident card!

Removal of Conditions
7/15/2014 : Sent I-751, mailed to Vermont Service Center

7/21/2014 : Received I-797 NOA

8/11/2014 : Received biometrics appointment notice (dated 8/2/14, appointment on 8/22/14)

8/12/2014 : Walk-in Biometrics at Tampa, FL office; successful


8/30/2015 : Sent N400, mailed to Dallas Lockbox

: Package delivered

: Received I-797 NOA

: Received biometrics appointment notice (dated ... , appointment on 9/22/2015)

9/18/2015 : Walk-in Biometrics at Tampa, FL office: UNSUCCESSFUL

9/22/2015 : Biometrics Appointment

1/09/2016 : N400 Interview Appointment!

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Just print out the selective service enrollment confirmation letter. The address will not matter. They have the social security to prove it is you.

The majority of offices do not offer same day oath.

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