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Today I got the news I had been waiting for. . . My N-400 interview has been scheduled!

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I had filed my N-400 02/18 with my I-751 still pending, as the CSC was horribly backlogged at the time (not sure if that's still the case, but I have still not received a permanent GC and have been getting my passport stamped since then) and there has been no update to my I-751 status since 03/18 when my case was transferred (and combined with my N-400, I assume).

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So I am wondering how long it takes to expect the Interview Notice, what paperwork is required/what should I bring (aside from Interview Notice, GC, Passport, DL mentioned on USCIS website). When I filed my N-400 I provided a lot of additional documents (joint bank account statements, insurance policies, IRS Transcripts). Since filing I made one trip outside the USA (to Canada) and plan on informing the agent during my interview.

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I also plan on bringing my spouse to my interview since (I'm assuming) my I-751 was combined with my N-400.

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23 hours ago, thinblueline said:

Today I got the news I had been waiting for. . . My N-400 interview has been scheduled!

image2.thumb.png.58326bdf66c6f277545ef989f366c929.png

 

I had filed my N-400 02/18 with my I-751 still pending, as the CSC was horribly backlogged at the time (not sure if that's still the case, but I have still not received a permanent GC and have been getting my passport stamped since then) and there has been no update to my I-751 status since 03/18 when my case was transferred (and combined with my N-400, I assume).

image1.thumb.png.36839d4cfee37ee1ddfae06e05ece4ad.png

 

So I am wondering how long it takes to expect the Interview Notice, what paperwork is required/what should I bring (aside from Interview Notice, GC, Passport, DL mentioned on USCIS website). When I filed my N-400 I provided a lot of additional documents (joint bank account statements, insurance policies, IRS Transcripts). Since filing I made one trip outside the USA (to Canada) and plan on informing the agent during my interview.

1937708788_IMG_8879copy.thumb.jpg.d967642c8a2aae8353d1473297011936.jpg

 

I also plan on bringing my spouse to my interview since (I'm assuming) my I-751 was combined with my N-400.

if you check online under documents you will see your interview letter. I recieved this notice on January 31st and my interview is March 12. I have a pending 751 as well. Congrats :) and wishing you well .

 

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On 2/2/2019 at 8:42 PM, Jamorales1985 said:

if you check online under documents you will see your interview letter. I recieved this notice on January 31st and my interview is March 12. I have a pending 751 as well. Congrats :) and wishing you well .

 

Thank you! Good Luck to you as well! 😀

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