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I-751 On Process and Filed N-400

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I'm currently waiting for my case filed I-751 and still on process but Im planning to apply N-400 too as well. My situation right now is we're gonna be based in Japan by the end of this year because my husband is in Navy. Can I able to file my citizenship right now while still waiting for my I-751 on the process? And I saw the USCIS website that I could file citizenship online is it better than file it by mail?

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@McLez - YES. If your husband is in the US military and has been relocated on the US Government’s order, you are eligible for both I-751 and N-400 expedited processing.

 

https://www.uscis.gov/military/military-help-line

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