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Another thing I remembered about the interview

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Since submitting the n400 we had relocated for spousal work, and I had left my job and am now doing this short non degree program. When interviewed I was asked about this and what I said was the date at which I stopped working and that I was now a student + the address of the non degree program. Between starting this program and leaving my job I didn't have work or school for about 2 months (I was unemployed). I didn't mention this- the officer didn't ask so I didn't think I should elaborate on exactly what I did.

What I said was correct, but I worry that he might have written it wrong (e.g. that I started the non degree program 2 months earlier). I had to sign a document saying I agreed with the changes he made, and he sort of showed them to me but it was very hard for me to read exactly what he had written plus I was very nervous. He could have just written "currently a student" or he could have written an incorrect start date, I don't know what he wrote. Had he asked me for the dates I would have given them to him, but he did not, so I don't know.

Also, to anyone paying attention that would not have made sense that I started the program immediately after stopping to work, since I could not have started the program prior to relocating and there was about a 2 month lag between me leaving my old job and relocating (I did give him the end date of my previous employment), but then on the other hand I wasn't very precise and I didn't specifically mention the 2 months I was unemployed. He did recommend me for naturalization and I have my ceremony scheduled, so I don't know if I should just leave this alone... I worry that somehow sometime in the future it might come up...

Any advice? My spouse says I should leave it alone and just go to the ceremony. He says they are just beureucrats and that since the moment I got approved no one cares about what is on those forms anymore. He also says that if they made an error it's their error and if they wanted clarifications or exact dates they should have asked for them. I don't know...

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