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  2. I am sorry you have to anxiously wait like this. Hopefully you will get an approval after 60 days.
  3. @thepeeeeej, they still haven't made a decision for your case yet?
  4. Yeah, that's pretty frequent, considering other locations have one per month.
  5. Where will you oath be? I know someone whose oath will take place in Irving just one day before yours. Do you think North Central Texas holds an oath ceremony every week day?
  6. No personal experience to share but I would suggest you arrive at least 30 minutes prior.
  7. @syrialord, Has your wife been scheduled for the oath yet?
  8. My status is still the same as the day I received the notifications: oath letter mailed and it might take up to a few days for the letter to be uploaded. Well, "a few days" is an ambiguous concept, might mean 700 days or forever.
  9. When you call the 800 number, they will tell you the same thing you see in your USCIS online account. I don't have the patience to wait for hours by the phone just for that. I think a better way would be to have an infopass appointment with a local field officer and perhaps they could print out the letter for you, if it does exist, and in case it gets lost in the mail or they fail to mail it out to begin with. However, I there's no appointment available for me to make. I'm not too impatient for the oath, I mean I can wait, but I just don't want it to fall on my final exam day. That's why I'm so eager to see the letter. P/S: When you see the Oath letter posted on your online account, please let me know so I can check on mine as well. Thanks.
  10. Oh, me the same. Yesterday morning I got the notification that my oath ceremony had been scheduled but two things made me suspicious: first, it was on a sunday, we all know the USCIS don't work on sundays (they don't even work on weekday afternoons). Second, the amount of notices I got this morning was just abnormal and then until now I still haven't seen the Oath letter uploaded. Do you think the Oath being scheduled thing might just be an error on their part and it in fact hasn't been scheduled at all?
  11. Thank you for sharing the information. I couldn't count the so many emails to have the exact number but I guess I received 46 also. But are you waiting for an update on your case? Me, I am, and there should be a an appointment letter uploaded on ELIS in my account but there hasn't been so far. P/S: I have counted the messages and see that I got 49 of them over a period of about 2 minutes, this morning.
  12. Thanks for your opinion. However, I'm pretty sure it's not a scam, but a glitch in the USCIS's system. I wonder if anyone has experienced before and then actually got their appointment letter in the mail.
  13. Yesterdays I got many text messages and emails from the USCIS about some update on my case. When I logged into my online USCIS account and checked, there was no letter uploaded. This morning I agained received about 50 emails and text messages about some appointment being scheduled. When I checked, again there was no appointment letter uploaded. I don't know what's going on. Any of you has ever experienced this before? Please share your thoughts.
  14. Hi everyone, Do we have to bring passport-size photos to the N400 interview?
  15. Does anyone here know if we have to disclose red light camera tickets on the N400 application? I've done some research and some said no, some said yes, so I am more confused now than I was before. The answers from the attorneys online are basically the same: "get a lawyer". Of course! I ran a red light a few ago and got caught by the camera in Texas. Paid the fine already but I didn't put it in the N400 application because I believed it didn't count. But now I am not sure. Would really appreicate your input. Thanks.