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Childrel left off N400

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 I just submitted a US citizen marriage based N400 online. After it went through (and payment was accepted) - realized that I probably should have included US citizen spouse children from the previous marriage on the application (the applicant/LPR is not a legal guardian of the children, but it sounds like the application definition of a "step child" would apply to pretty much all children of a spouse?)


So, the questions are:

- Is this something that requires proactive attempt to fix on our part? Or do we wait for the USCIS to get to the case and ask?

- If not - will USCIS care (and if so - will they send an RFE? Wait and ask at interview?)


Advice appreciated!

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