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I751 extension letter expiring a week before N400 interview

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As title says, my 18 month I751 extension expires March 22. My N400 interview is April 3. And my local office is not accepting any infopass appointments.


Am I ok to go to the interview with out of date documents?


Can't get through to a human on the phone system and the online messaging portal will send me a reply sometime next century, so asking here.




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When you call 800 number,  after 1 for English, press 2 , then 1, 1 , 1, enter zip code , then your case #. After that, you will be in line for a human and you may ask the customer service to schedule you an infopass in your local district office for the stamp. 

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