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Can you sign N400 more than 90 days before completing 3 years LPR anniversary, but still file within 90 days period

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Can you sign N400 application more than 90 days before completing the 3 years LPR anniversary, but still file within 90 days period?

For example, the earliest date you can file for N400 is 1/1/2016 but sign the N400 application on 12/15/2015

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To be safe you should not date the signature before the window for filing opens. Why risk having it returned?


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Hi

Can you sign N400 application more than 90 days before completing the 3 years LPR anniversary, but still file within 90 days period?

For example, the earliest date you can file for N400 is 1/1/2016 but sign the N400 application on 12/15/2015

I could understand this being an issue if this was for a person that was outside the country filing some other form that has a specific deadline to be filed and the form was sent via a courier back to the US and then filed Why risk having the USCIS person ask, "This person filed the form on 01/07/2016 but signed it 12/15/2015. Why did they not just sign the form before inserting it into the envelope?" Print out the application again and sign it as you put it into the envelope. This is such a simple thing to "correct." Do you really want to worry about this until you receive your bio appointment letter? You asked the question here on VJ so it must be gnawing at you that there will be an issue.

Dave

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