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Sheryn11

Oath Taking Ceremony and Emergency Travel

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Hello Everyone,

 

God willing I have my oath taking scheduled after a week. My father is very ill and I am not sure if I should postpone my scheduled ceremony and travel overseas or wait till the ceremony.

I was wondering if I could apply for the passport and get it the same day?

Also, I did a name change. Part of the passport application process is to verify SSN. Even if I have not changed my info yet on the SSN can my passport application still be processed?

Thank you so much for your time!

 

Sincerely,

Sheryn

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You can get PP same day or next day at PP Agency. Just bring your Cert+name changed cert+ ID+ flight+SSN ticket to the location near you.

https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/passports/requirements/where-to-apply/passport-agencies.html

Edited by H&T

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Heads up with the name change, possibly depending on jurisdiction: my wife got her naturalization certificate at the oath ceremony, but she had to wait a little while (1 week? 2 weeks? don't really remember) to get her certified name-change document in the mail. Maybe some places hand it out day-of, but others do not.

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18 hours ago, Sheryn11 said:

Hello Everyone,

 

God willing I have my oath taking scheduled after a week. My father is very ill and I am not sure if I should postpone my scheduled ceremony and travel overseas or wait till the ceremony.

I was wondering if I could apply for the passport and get it the same day?

Also, I did a name change. Part of the passport application process is to verify SSN. Even if I have not changed my info yet on the SSN can my passport application still be processed?

Thank you so much for your time!

 

Sincerely,

Sheryn

I agree with JFH.  It would be better to reschedule to Oath ceremony ( since name change issue, may delay the process) and travel using current passport and GC.  

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