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3 minutes ago, Lemon23 said:

I believe the IO in charged to your spouse application was lazy,  if you attached evidences they can just retrieved those evidences and the IO should ask additional evidences the fact your spouse brought some evidences during interview.

Does your spouse offer to the IO the evidences that he brought on his interview?

To his interview he brought ALL evidences to interview in a huge binder. He handed binder to IO. IO looked at the binder multiple times but took nothing from it. All he took was a copy of my US passport biographic page and our marriage certificate.


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6 minutes ago, EM_Vandaveer said:

OMG that's something else! I'm glad you finally got it to work, though.

I was up till 3 am. Our internet connection is good its just that their website is poop.

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6 minutes ago, EM_Vandaveer said:

 

 

Sounds perfect to me (but I'm not the IO, unfortunately). :) Fingers crossed you get the notification soon that he was put in line for oath scheduling.

I read a RFE for N400 can take 120 days.


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6 minutes ago, corvusheart said:

I read a RFE for N400 can take 120 days.

Technically yes, but sometimes less, I would recommend to send a service request follow up after 30 days if you dont hear from them.

Some people follow up after 30 days and it worked for them. Being persistent sometimes works sometimes not, but hey! worth to try.

Good luck and hope for speedy process, you're almost there,  hold on tight! :)


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Do you believe that they might have been something he had failed to mention in that application ? Ticket, make claim to citizenship, Vote Arrest ? If you feel there isn’t anything. Then you can have him wait it out. Already close to the end 

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11 minutes ago, Sexyafrican36 said:

Do you believe that they might have been something he had failed to mention in that application ? Ticket, make claim to citizenship, Vote Arrest ? If you feel there isn’t anything. Then you can have him wait it out. Already close to the end 

No there's nothing he failed to mention.


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So if we withdraw the N400 and reapply next year under 5 year rule is it less scrutiny? Is it easier?


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Which is an easier route N400 under the 3 year rule (based on marriage to USC) or 5 year rule? Is there anyone here who married a US citizen and waited out until they were eligible to apply under 5 year rule?

 

Anyone who got denied or withdrew application that was based on the 3 year rule?

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Makes no difference even with 5yr expect questions about your marriage.

 

Gives then opportunity to look at your entire case. 


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Just now, cyclone27 said:

Makes no difference even with 5yr expect questions about your marriage.

 

Gives then opportunity to look at your entire case. 

But it's not as much scrutiny right?


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Depends if there is something worthy of scrutiny. 


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We are a legit couple we just don't go out and do much so our relationship doesn't have much of a paper trail except for taxes and lease renewels. At what point do they not focus on the marriage so much?

 

What if he had been a resident for 8 years in example?

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If we are denied or withdraw N400 will he still be a US resident?

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If the person got their GC through marriage. They always will look at the marriage part. How much do they look into it depends on each case. Your husband's N400 is already asking for more evidence so even in 10 yrs they most likely will still dig. 


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