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Dear all,


I have a situation I'd like advice on. I got my GC through marriage in March 2015, ( so 3 yrs residence is my category) however in 2015 fue to parents ill health I only stayed 2 months and applied for re entry permit and went away for 10 months. I returned in march 2016 and since then met the continuous residence requirements.

so now I want to apply for N400 , my question to you experts is when am I able to file for it. Is it now already that I have my 10 yr GC in hand or do I need to wait till end of 2018 to file given the break in residence requirement in my 1st year.If someone can point me to a calculator I would greatly appreciate it. 



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