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When I filed for n400 back in march 2018 I swear their normal processing times were 4 to 6 months and now its something like 9 to 18 months so when I sent a service request they fobbed me off with within normal processing times. Does this not seem outrageously cheeky to anyone else? It's like ordering at a restaurant and them saying your food will be 10 mins and then 20 mins later you complain and they say " oh well it takes 2 hours now"


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I guess I am not sure what you wanted here.  It does seem your case is within the normal processing time even if that changed shortly after filing.  I can think back when my wife filed her I751, the normal processing time was 6-9 months for CSC, and right after she filed, it went to 12-15 months for CSC.

 

Anyway, hopefully you will hear something soon.

 

Good Luck!


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13 minutes ago, Cam54 said:

When I filed for n400 back in march 2018 I swear their normal processing times were 4 to 6 months and now its something like 9 to 18 months so when I sent a service request they fobbed me off with within normal processing times. Does this not seem outrageously cheeky to anyone else? It's like ordering at a restaurant and them saying your food will be 10 mins and then 20 mins later you complain and they say " oh well it takes 2 hours now"

I had exactly the same conversation with someone yesterday. But didn't use that brilliant analogy, which I am surely going to be quoting going forward.

 

Pretty outrages


applied for N400 whilst I751 was pending, however I751 was approved without an interview on Jan 10th /11th

N-400 applied Online: 11/7/18

BIO for N400 : 11/30/18

EST. Case Completion: 6 Months ( September 2019) of 3/29/19 

EST Wait time: 5 Months  of 3/29/19

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34 minutes ago, Cam54 said:

When I filed for n400 back in march 2018 I swear their normal processing times were 4 to 6 months and now its something like 9 to 18 months so when I sent a service request they fobbed me off with within normal processing times. Does this not seem outrageously cheeky to anyone else? 

Haha, do you mean the US is acting like how the UK keeps changing the timeline for Brexit? 

 

Sorry, couldn't resist .

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1 hour ago, Cam54 said:

When I filed for n400 back in march 2018 I swear their normal processing times were 4 to 6 months and now its something like 9 to 18 months so when I sent a service request they fobbed me off with within normal processing times. Does this not seem outrageously cheeky to anyone else? It's like ordering at a restaurant and them saying your food will be 10 mins and then 20 mins later you complain and they say " oh well it takes 2 hours now"

This is with so many SC's for a lot of processes. Philadelphia field office AOS time line keeps being pushed back. 4 days ago the case inquiry date was July 19 2017, today they pushed it back to May 29 2017. So don't be surprised if your processing time keeps changing.

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