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Combo Interviews i751 / N400?

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If you have a pending i-751 Removal of Conditions and have not yet been interviewed for it, and you've submitted your N-400 Naturalization application, do you have to do anything to have the interviews combined?  Or is it automatic? 


If the interview is combined, what is it like?  As the US spouse, will I have to answer questions in the interview or just be present?  Will I get to be there for the whole thing or will they send me out of the room for the test part?  Also, would they have any problem if our toddler is with us?

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Technically, you can't tell from the documents that uscis sent you. 


Just one rule to follow, if your i-751 is still pending when you are about to attend your n-400 interview, bring your spouse and prepare for a combined interview.

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