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Txjourney

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About Txjourney

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    Naturalization (pending)
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    Texas Service Center

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  1. Congrats! That was pretty quick too. Good luck at the interview.
  2. Hi there, This is kind of a unique situation. I just researched our DMV website which states that you do need to provide proof of legal residence, hence green card. However, I-551 stamp is accepted as well at the time of renewal. So I would call or research your state DMV website. If it's the same regulation, go ahead and get a I-551 stamp on her passport before her green card expiration date, which will extend her green card for 12 month, while waiting for naturalization. Then renew her driver's license again before the new expiration - 11/11/2018. Hope this helps. Good luck.
  3. Thanks for your reply. Mine is missing like 20 checks. Travel data alone had 7 boxes unchecked. I hope the interview officers are not using the PDFs for reviewing purpose. 😅
  4. Hello everyone, Hope I can get some clarification here. I tried to fill my N400 online recently. At the final review stage, the online summary looked all fine, but the final PDF file was missing a lot of info. I was planning to print it out as a record, but it missed so much info, as if the extraction process didn't go through correctly. For example, it did not have all my travel info on the PDF. There are more than 10 boxes that needed to be checked, which it didn't. Did this happen to any of you? Or has anyone seen it being discussed before? I am a little worried to submit it online right now. Not sure, it was just me or there is a glitch in the system. Should I be concerned about this? So weird. Thanks a bunch for any input.
  5. Hello everyone, Hope I can get some clarification here. I tried to fill my N400 online recently. At the final review stage, the online summary looked all fine, but the final PDF file was missing a lot of info. I was planning to print it out as a record, but it missed so much info, as if the extraction process didn't go through correctly. For example, it did not have all my travel info on the PDF. There are more than 10 boxes that needed to be checked which it didn't. Did this happen to any of you? Or has anyone seen it being discussed before? I am a little worried to submit it online right now. Not sure, it was just me or there is a glitch in the system. Should I be concerned about this? So weird. Thanks for any input.
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    Filing N400 online, anyone?

    Thanks a bunch. CJKylie. I feel better to submit some supporting documents, other than just photocopies of green card. I wonder whether it would make it complicated, if I chose 5-year-based N 400, and also submitted supporting documents, like marriage certificate, spouse's birth certificate, tax returns, and back statements? Anyone who had gone through this before? Thank you in advance.
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    Filing N400 online, anyone?

    Hello Everyone, Finally I was able to finish reading this post, all 62 pages of it. So I am relatively sure that my questions haven't been posted here under this thread. What a great place to gather information. Thank you all. I am ready to apply for N-400 online soon. Can someone please help with the following couple of questions: 1. I have been married to the same spouse for over a decade now. In order to answer Part 1. Question 1. Should I apply as A: LPR (Green card) for longer than 5 years? or B: Married to a US citizen for at least 3 years? It seems that I am qualified for both. I did get my LPR through marriage at the beginning. To my current understanding, it seems that filing as A requires filing less documents online. 2. I don't have a middle name. Should I leave the box blank or should I put N/A? I tried N/A online, and the system didn't allow the forward slash symbol. I was able to put "Not Applicable" in the box though. Thank you so much and good luck everyone.
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