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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Russia
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Depends on the locale (USCIS office, or Federal Courthouse).  In Detroit there were no restrictions on visitors.

 

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There were no restrictions here in NH, there were at 8 of us who went to my husband's ceremony. There was limited seating though and many guests had to stand. I would check with your local office.


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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Sweden
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Even during the pandemic in the beginning of 2021 there were no restrictions on visitors at the Los Angeles field office - this because our oath ceremonies are outdoors, so anybody can come watch. Totally depends on your particular field office, some don't allow any visitors. If you search this site, you might find other people who have been through your particular field office who can shed some light on this. 

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Canada
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No guests in Houston.  When we did the kids' oath ceremony last month, only a parent per kid. 

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Australia
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Very location dependent. I was not allowed inside the USCIS office during my husband's N-400 interview or the oath ceremony. All guests watched through the windows. 

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03/01/2018 - I-129F Mailed                                              06/19/2019 - NOA1 Date                                              01/27/2023 - N-400 Filed Online

03/08/2018 - NOA1 Date                                                    07/11/2019 - Biometrics Appt                                   02/23/2023 - Biometrics Appt
09/14/2018 - NOA2 Date                                                    12/13/2019 - EAD/AP Approved                               04/03/2023 - Interview Scheduled

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Morocco
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Had my husbnads June 5th  2024 in Houston, they let all the guests in and didnt even ask who your there with.

 

 

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04/09/2024:     INTERVIEW SCHEDULE:  HOUSTON OFFICE: MAY 14 2024   ♥

05/14/2024:     APPROVED  

June 5th, 2024:   OATH CEREMONY DAY:       Will be done with USCIS  ♥♥

 

June 5th 2024:  My husband became a US Citizen ♥♥   1, 474 New US Citizens sworn in- Houston, Tx. 

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