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Austin Oath Ceremony De-Scheduled

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Good evening, guys.


My husband's oath ceremony was scheduled for this Saturday, June 16th, at the Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum in Austin. Our lawyer received a letter stating that "due to unforeseen circumstances, we have had to cancel the previously scheduled Oath Ceremony." I logged into our online system and found the same letter, but we never received it physically or were alerted to a status update online.


Did anyone else receive this letter for this particular ceremony?


I scheduled an InfoPass appointment for next week and my husband will call USCIS tomorrow, but I'm hoping to receive some clarity as soon as possible.


Just when you think the nightmare is finally over...


Thanks in advance. 

Wishing all of your luck on your immigration journeys.

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