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Hello! I got my naturalization interview letter for the first week of November. Way faster than expected. I have a few questions because I need to be prepared. Already have an international trip on Thanksgiving for family reasons to my home country. Let’s suppose my interview is successful. 
1- How can I find out if ATL office has same day oath? How to request it?

2- In case my oath is scheduled after my trip… do I still travel with my GC right?

Trying not to stress with the timeline but hey I’m a worrier by nature.

Thank you!

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On 9/29/2022 at 5:38 PM, GoodbyeArgentina said:

In case my oath is scheduled after my trip… do I still travel with my GC right?


Yes.  Even if your N-400 is approved, you will remain an LPR until you take your US oath.  After your oath, you must have a US passport to re-enter the US by air.


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