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    India

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  1. On N400 form, (8 b) indicate the immigration status of my current Spouse's prior spouse: Other (Explain). Write an explanation in your own words. For example: when my spouse married him, he was a green card holder. After divorce, my spouse and her ex-husband hadn't contacted each other for over 5 years and her ex-husband's current immigration status is unknown. The last status I knew before the divorce was that he was a US permanent resident.
  2. My deaf spouse had similar process. My spouse's interview was held last month in Fairfax, VA. Both portions (history/civic portion and reading-signing-language/writing (via sign language interpreter) portion were passed. The examiner told my spouse to come back for second interview in 2 months. We are waiting for 2nd interview notice. It has been more than one month. I think sign language interpreter didn't communicate with an examiner very well (according to my spouse). Hopefully we get a different interpreter or hopefully they make a decision to approve since my spouse passed both portions, verified all questions on N-400 and answered Yes/No questions. Sal0000 and JeanneAdil, do you mind telling us what your timeline is so we can determine how long the process will take? Where were interview taken place? Sal0000, you are not alone. There are few people who got second interviews (including JeanneAdil). As result, they were approved. Don't worry, you will be approved.
  3. Yes, It is in instruction. SSA computer will not get your USCIS record to be verified until 10 days later. It will take awhile for the system to be updated.
  4. My spouse's ROC was approved last year as my spouse got IR1 green card. We filed N400 online based on 3 years marriage. Perhaps an interpreter was not good. We will get a new interpreter (hopefully). We felt upset. I still don't understand because examiner said thumbs up to my spouse.. My spouse answered all questions and writing/reading test. It should be approved. but the computer was crashed at the end of the interview as my spouse was about to sign the N400, then told my spouse thru an interpreter that some portion was failed and we were asked to come back for the second interview. Probably it was the system that was down. No traffic citation, no violations, clean record, we don't owe taxes as we filed taxes on time every year and paid taxes, just change of name (with court order on name changes based on marriage -- my spouse's last name became middle name and added my last name as my spouse's last name) . no change of address. My spouse was supposed to be interviewed in Baltimore, MD (huge backlog) but interviewed in Fairfax, VA last Friday.
  5. After naturalization interview last Friday with an ASL (American sign language) interpreter and USCIS examiner, my spouse (deaf) passed 6 questions on civic history and reading/writing test. Also, she confirmed all answers on all N400 questions and answered yes to support constitution and its questions. then my spouse was told to come back for a second interview. Examiner said "we will mail you a notice in two months." I am not sure why the examiner said that. Interpreter said "examiner said that there is some portion that was failed", but examiner told my spouse with thumbs up after my spouse answered all 6 questions and reading/writing portion. What portion was failed? (perplexing) We checked the online status and it said "You attended your interview. You do not need to do anything at this time. We will let you know if we need anything else from you as we continue to review your application." Estimated time is 4 months. We began to worry. Anyone has experience like this?
  6. It means your green card, EAD, any documents USCIS issued to you - even your oath ceremony notice. You have to return your green card to them because you won't need a green card anymore as you will receive a certificate of naturalization.
  7. My spouse got an N400 interview appointment letter last week. My spouse's interview will begin on August XX, 2019. (expected 13-24 months according to login information, but got less than 8 months). Question: My spouse filed online while residing in Maryland. I noticed that most Maryland flyers' interview place is Baltimore, MD, but my spouse's interview said it is Fairfax, VA. Did they make a mistake? no mistake?
  8. My spouse got an N400 interview appointment letter last week. My spouse's interview will begin on August XX, 2019. (expected 13-24 months according to login information, but got less than 8 months). Question: my spouse filed online while residing in Maryland. I noticed that most Maryland flyers' interview place is Baltimore, MD, but my spouse's interview said it is Fairfax, VA. Did they make a mistake? no mistake?
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