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USCIS N400 Stats for Q1 2019: large numbers of backlogged cases = delayed interview dates

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See detailed stats at this link

 

Worst field offices in regards to number of backlogged cases:

 

Houston 36,000 (processing 7,500/quarter)

Dallas 32,000 (processing 9,000/quarter)

San Francisco 32,000 (processing 6,500/quarter)

New York City 32,000 (processing <5,000/quarter) -  at that rate it would take 18 months just to clear the backlogged cases 

Newark 26,000 (processing 7,500/quarter)

Queens 24,000 (processing 5,500/quarter)

Brooklyn 24,000  (processing <5,000/quarter)

 

I am not sure why NYC, Queens and Brooklyn have such dismal processing rates as compared with other field offices which have a similar number of backlogged cases. 

 

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33 minutes ago, N400NYC said:

I wish I had been paying more attention to all of this a year ago. I would have left Manhattan and moved to a field office district with fasting processing times. Right now I am basically in one of the worst places to be in the USA if you are applying for citizenship. 

I wonder why are you in rush? Nothing is different from being a legal resident unless voting in next election is your dream :)

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32 minutes ago, arman597 said:

I wonder why are you in rush? Nothing is different from being a legal resident unless voting in next election is your dream :)

Because my fiance lives in another country and being separated in this way is extremely painful. I can't do anything about that painful reality until I am citizen. That's the reason. 

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17 minutes ago, N400NYC said:

Because my fiance lives in another country and being separated in this way is extremely painful. I can't do anything about that painful reality until I am citizen. That's the reason. 

Can't you travel abroad while your N400 application is pending? 

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