Hello all. My long awaited naturalization interview date is on November 27 in NYC. It s been a year long wait, so I m excited, while also ensuring I m fully prepared for it.
I have some questions on the documents that I was asked to bring. I m listing them along with relevant questions below:
The letter states you must bring the following :
1. The interview letter - check
2. Green card - check
3. Evidence of selective service registration - I lived in the US between the ages of 18-24 on a F1 student visa so I was not required to register for selective service. Do I need to bring anything to show this or do I disregard this requirement?
4. Passport - check
(Additional items which were requested because I m naturalizing as a spouse of a USC)
5. Marriage certificate - check
6. Spouse s birth or naturalization certificate - my US born wife only has a copy of her birth certificate not the original. Can I take the copy along with her original US passport to prove she was born in the US?
While I wasn t asked to bring documents to prove our ongoing relationship to the interview, I did provide joint bank account, lease, and joint tax filing during the application. Should I take these too?
Thanks in advance for your help in clarifying the above questions.