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N400/GC process is a lot more strict than before?

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I'm reading around on the topic and I saw a random forum post (not an online article or anything) stating that now there is typically 3 layers of approving.

1st - interview 

2nd - interview's manager (or 2nd internal review)

3rd - 2nd's manager (or 3rd internal review).

 

It sounded like this applies to GCs and Citizenships now, to reduce the number of successful approvals.

 

Anyone hear/read about similar atmosphere in the current USCIS system?

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3 minutes ago, Visitor User said:

Any source/link?

It was a Korean forum (private) where a member asked about DUIs and N400, and another answered as my original post.

A Korean version of Visajourney, I guess.

 

It doesn't make sense to me, because I've read of cases where they were interviewed for N400 and had Oath ceremony by USCIS at the same office (rare, but happens).  It could also mean that then the interview process can be the "3rd" step, rather than the first.

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Unless your coming up on your N400 citizenship interview in the next month or so, I wouldn't worry too much. My Wife's N400 is a good 4 years away, and at the rate they change policies and requirements unless your interviewing soon I wouldn't worry. I learned a long time ago with USCIS just to go with the flow, next week they might get rid of the N400 interview and just start handing out naturalization certificates. LOL

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5 hours ago, Loren Y said:

next week they might get rid of the N400 interview and just start handing out naturalization certificates. LOL

wouldn't that be lovely 😆


10-year green card received: 2004-02-01

N-400 Filed Online:  2018-11-28

N-400 Biometrics Appointment: 2018-12-20

N-400 Notice of Interview: 2019-01-04

N-400 Interview Appointment: 2019-02-21

N-400 Application Approved: 2019-02-21

N-400 Notice of Oath Ceremony: 2019-04-11

N-400 Oath Ceremony: 2019-04-18

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