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Hey guys. I got my  10-year card recently. Now I am going to file n400. I am living in another state for my studies. Should I file for naturalization in this case? My wife is going to move with me in 2 month time so I will have evidence by interview time that we are living together ( lease as well as her driving license for this state). We always lived together, just  last 7 months I have been in another state and she is residing with my family in the other state. We have filed taxes together, we have 2 children, we have cards and bank accounts together as well as car insurance together.  Honest opinions needed, please. 

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12 hours ago, kamrankhan said:

Hey guys. I got my  10-year card recently. Now I am going to file n400. I am living in another state for my studies. Should I file for naturalization in this case? My wife is going to move with me in 2 month time so I will have evidence by interview time that we are living together ( lease as well as her driving license for this state). We always lived together, just  last 7 months I have been in another state and she is residing with my family in the other state. We have filed taxes together, we have 2 children, we have cards and bank accounts together as well as car insurance together.  Honest opinions needed, please. 

well, if you have children, cards and bank accounts together as well as filed taxes jointly.. then that should be sufficient evidence for a bonafide marriage.... You also have reasons to give why you are living separately now. You can file N400.

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On 3/7/2019 at 6:32 AM, kamrankhan said:

Hey guys. I got my  10-year card recently. Now I am going to file n400. I am living in another state for my studies. Should I file for naturalization in this case? My wife is going to move with me in 2 month time so I will have evidence by interview time that we are living together ( lease as well as her driving license for this state). We always lived together, just  last 7 months I have been in another state and she is residing with my family in the other state. We have filed taxes together, we have 2 children, we have cards and bank accounts together as well as car insurance together.  Honest opinions needed, please. 

One thing to be careful of in your case is that one of the applications requirements for the N-400 is that you must be a resident in the district which you are applying from for at least 3 months (they take the requirement very seriously, so wait at least 3 months and a couple of days, USCIS is notorious for being sticklers when it comes to applying even a few hours too early). So make sure you meet that requirement.


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(Month 1)-   N-400 sent: 12/20/17

(Month 2)-   Fingerprints: 01/11/18

(Month 8)-   Interview: 07/30/18

(Month 9)-   Oath Ceremony: 08/23/18

 

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Thank you so much guys for replying. I have been in the district for almost 4 months. So I think I should be ok. Should I take a letter from my college and upload it? Also, should I write the situation in the Microsoft word and send it too?

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1 hour ago, kamrankhan said:

 Should I take a letter from my college and upload it? Also, should I write the situation in the Microsoft word and send it too?

No, that will not be needed while applying. You can take it to the interview if you want...

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