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Hello!

 

I had my N-400 interview in the beginning of August and it seemed like everything went great - my interviewer told me that I was approved and should expect to receive an oath ceremony scheduling notice within the next three weeks. It's now been over four months. I am wondering if there is anything I can do about this? I looked into making an e-request, but it seems like since my case is still within "normal" processing time, I cannot make a request. However, it seems unusual that it would take this long to schedule, especially since my interviewer said I should expect my letter very soon. I would also like to apply for scholarships in the spring that require citizenship, so I was hoping to be sworn in soon.

 

I am concerned my file got mixed up somewhere because I recently went out of state for college and mentioned this to my interviewer, who then changed my address and transferred my file to another office so that I wouldn't have to fly home just for my oath ceremony. (I didn't change my state of residency though.) Does anyone have any experience with their file getting lost when changing their mailing address?

 

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6 hours ago, GooseLover said:

Hello!

 

I had my N-400 interview in the beginning of August and it seemed like everything went great - my interviewer told me that I was approved and should expect to receive an oath ceremony scheduling notice within the next three weeks. It's now been over four months. I am wondering if there is anything I can do about this? I looked into making an e-request, but it seems like since my case is still within "normal" processing time, I cannot make a request. However, it seems unusual that it would take this long to schedule, especially since my interviewer said I should expect my letter very soon. I would also like to apply for scholarships in the spring that require citizenship, so I was hoping to be sworn in soon.

 

I am concerned my file got mixed up somewhere because I recently went out of state for college and mentioned this to my interviewer, who then changed my address and transferred my file to another office so that I wouldn't have to fly home just for my oath ceremony. (I didn't change my state of residency though.) Does anyone have any experience with their file getting lost when changing their mailing address?

 

Thanks!

It took 3 months for me to have my oath scheduled.. I know 4 months is a long time.. you should contact your congressman.. he will help ya by asking about your case and find out why it’s taking so long..

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