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At the moment it is after naturalization interview and before oath. I recently passed my naturalization citizenship interview and I want to change my name. I don't know what to do, I'm so confused on everything. Can I change my name before the oath? If so, can someone tell me step by step on how to do that? As soon as possible is much appreciated. 

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17 minutes ago, Frage said:

Did you enter on your citizenship application that you desire to change your name? Did the officer at the interview confirm with you the name change and had you sign a form for the judge? 

I didn't check the box on my N-400 form about wanting to change my name and I comfirmed my name at the interview but I wasn't thinking about name change then. I had my interview just 2-3 days ago so I haven't done anything yet. 


Is there a way to change my name before the oath or do I have to wait after the ceremony?

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