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In the section where we have to list the last 5 years of travel, how do I go about entering an exit date of 11/2013 and entry date of 01/2015 (I realize that this was a break in continuous residence). Because the n400 question is asking last 5 years only, should I just list exit date as 5 years before filing (for example 02/07/2014-01/2015 instead of 11/2013-01/2015), Because if I count 11/2013 too, it increases the number of days spent outside. And 2013 dates are going beyond 5 years.


30 months of the last 5 years have already been spent in the US with no trips > 5 months since 2015 (we are filing based on the 4 years plus 1 day rule)


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