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14 minutes ago, stech786 said:

Can I travel outside of US after my N-400 interview (6 months passed since N-400 approved) while I wait for oath letter?

 

After the interview and before the oath, you will still have your non-US passport and your permanent residency card. You can travel internationally and return to the USA as a permanent resident with that documentation. You do not become a US citizen until you swear the oath. Do not miss the ceremony.

 

If you are able to arrange international travel to take place between your naturalization interview and your swearing-in ceremony without jeopardizing the continuous presence requirement, be sure to bring copies of your entry/exit stamps in your foreign passport with you to the swearing-in ceremony so that you can present them if asked to do so.

 

When was your interview ?  

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8 minutes ago, bestluck said:

After the interview and before the oath, you will still have your non-US passport and your permanent residency card. You can travel internationally and return to the USA as a permanent resident with that documentation. You do not become a US citizen until you swear the oath. Do not miss the ceremony.

 

If you are able to arrange international travel to take place between your naturalization interview and your swearing-in ceremony without jeopardizing the continuous presence requirement, be sure to bring copies of your entry/exit stamps in your foreign passport with you to the swearing-in ceremony so that you can present them if asked to do so.

 

When was your interview ?  

 

Thanks for detail reply

 

its been 6 months since my interview and I’m just waiting for Oath ceremony. I’m only traveling for two weeks. If I get Oath notice today, it will one month from today for ceremony. I won’t miss the ceremony. Will they ask me at airport when I come back? I do have valid PR card

 

I wasnt to sure, if I traveled and come back to take oath will that be issue at ceremony.

 

I didn’t know I had the option to take internationally. 

 

 

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1 minute ago, stech786 said:

 

Thanks for detail reply

 

its been 6 months since my interview and I’m just waiting for Oath ceremony. I’m only traveling for two weeks. If I get Oath notice today, it will one month from today for ceremony. I won’t miss the ceremony. Will they ask me at airport when I come back? I do have valid PR card

 

I wasnt to sure, if I traveled and come back to take oath will that be issue at ceremony.

 

I didn’t know I had the option to take internationally. 

 

 

6 month since your interview wow , did you apply under 3 years rules or 5 years rules ? what happen after interview did you contact to senator or email to USCIS ? 

 

Like I said you can travel with green card and come back but , make sure you never missed your ceremony , its very important. 

 

Good luck 

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1 minute ago, bestluck said:

6 month since your interview wow , did you apply under 3 years rules or 5 years rules ? what happen after interview did you contact to senator or email to USCIS ? 

 

Like I said you can travel with green card and come back but , make sure you never missed your ceremony , its very important. 

 

Good luck 

 

5 yr rule. Just patiently waiting

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