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i filed N600 form, check and supporting materials last week in mail to Phoenix,AZ.  it was delivered last Wednesday. now i am waiting for the check to be cashed or case receipt arrives at our house. 

thanks for sharing experience from anyone who also filed N600. i remember its processing is pretty long overall. 


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there always are rationals for N600 filing. it's not just about money.  yes people choose not to opt for it primarily because of financial reason. 


ATTENTION!!!   Minneapolis N400 filers,  please use the link below to review others or update your status .!  Changes will be saved automatically. Best luck to all of us! 

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On 12/7/2018 at 8:51 AM, williamAR said:

Takes about 8 to 9 months.

thanks.received the receipt this week. and USCIS site says 8-10 months processing time at our local office. Is the N600   processed from the local field office?


ATTENTION!!!   Minneapolis N400 filers,  please use the link below to review others or update your status .!  Changes will be saved automatically. Best luck to all of us! 

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1q2WooojyQKVxbF_N6bxO8muQM8QjybXZVv5QzSqDWAk/edit?usp=sharing

 

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I applied N-600 for my son in January 2018 and in February it sent to local office which is New York. I'm still waiting as no updates. Our local is office is still handling 2016 April cases for N-600. In some field offices it takes up to 2 years.

(He already have the passport but in case something happened I heard they ask for proof of Naturalization, hence I applied for him)

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22 hours ago, CarlHamilton said:

A passport (even expired) is all the proof he will ever need.  You should have donated that $1170 to charity. 

Yes you're righ if a person have a passport in custody. I read a story here at VJ someone had passport and he lost it, he applied along with file search fee but they didn't find and asking him to submit a proof. 

So it doesn't hurt if we have certificate of citizenship, in long run if my son need it in any situation.

( you can search for stories where multiple agencies requested Certificate of Citizenship, One example which I mentioned.)

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