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Pshine

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About Pshine

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  • City
    Atlanta
  • State
    Georgia

Immigration Info

  • Immigration Status
    Adjustment of Status (pending)
  • Place benefits filed at
    National Benefits Center
  • Local Office
    Atlanta GA
  • Country
    Trinidad and Tobago

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  1. Can you please let me know how you signed your signature? Since my certificate is the same as yours!
  2. Hi Everyone, I received my naturalization certificate today and I would like some help. I decided to take my husbands last name now and it’s reflected on my certificate; however, my maiden signature is shown next to my photograph on the certificate. Should I sign my certificate using my husband’s last name as printed or should I sign using my maiden name as I did when I started the application process? Thanks
  3. Hi Everyone, I received my naturalization certificate today and I would like some help. I decided to take my husbands last name now and it’s reflected on my certificate; however, my maiden signature is shown next to my photograph on the certificate. Should I sign my certificate using my husband’s last name as printed or should I sign using my maiden name as I did when I started the application process?
  4. Pshine

    Interview

    Thank you! I recived my Oath letter about 5days after the interview and it showed up online a day after interview. Good Luck! I posted this in a thread last week. Read: when is Presidents’ Day. Write: American Indians lived here first. Questions: why colonist fought the British? Who’s Vice President? What happened September 11th? What group of people came to the USA as slaves? Howmany amendments are there? I forgot the last question. The interview wasn’t very hard.
  5. Pshine

    Interview

    I had my interview recently (3year marriage) and the immigration officer had everything I ever submitted to them in my file. He didn’t ask for much more than my passport, DL and Green Card. I submitted all my taxes and everything else when I filed online. He did add any additional information that I brought to my application (babies birth certificates and traffic ticket)
  6. My friend is be married and would have her green card for 5years this coming October. She’s been trying to work stuff out with the husband but it really goes nowhere. They have two kids together, file joint taxes together but divorce may or may not happen. She wants to file her papers base on the 3year rule but is unsure about it. She doesn’t know if they might get divorced between now and October, or before her interview which is going to be so far away. Is she ok to file now while they are still married under the 3year rule and just take the divorce paperwork to her interview, whenever that maybe? Thanks
  7. We’re you arrested before your green card interview? I feel like they are only really interested in stuff that happen since issuing your Green Card.
  8. It took 11 months total. I submitted February 2018 and got inter January 2019. Even when I got my interview my case was still showing August 2019 to complete. I wouldn’t really go off of that.
  9. Can someone please update my timeline. Interview saw 22/01/2019 and Oath Ceremony 11/02/2019. Thank you!
  10. He also had my entire file of everything I have ever submitted from AOS. I was impressed
  11. Hi JohnE, thank you! He didn’t give any idea of when the ceremony will be but that I will receive something in the mail. I checked online today but only update is that my application was approved and a letter would be mailed when oath is scheduled. I’m hoping sooner than later. I’m in Atlanta. Good Luck to your wife.
  12. Read: when is Presidents Day. Write: American Indians lived here first. Questions: why colonist fought the British? Who’s Vice President? What happened September 11th? What group of people came to the USA as slaves? How many amendments are there? I forgot the last question. The interview wasn’t very hard.
  13. I arrived at 1:45pm for my 2:15pm interview. After I finished checking in and headed upstairs it was about 2:10. The check in line was very crowded. I was finally called in for my interview at about 2:30. The officer asked me to raised and hand and repeat words after him. We then sat down and I was asked to verify my name and birth date. He then asked me to read and write something for the English portion. He then asked me 6 questions, which a I answered correctly. He went over the application, correcting any mistakes and adding documents that I may did not submit when I filed. We discussed my name change, the Oath ceremony. At the end he recommended my application for approval. Overall the process was very relaxed and I think that was because of my interviewing officer.
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