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andfp

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  • Gender
    Male
  • City
    Fort Lauderdale
  • State
    Florida

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  • Immigration Status
    Adjustment of Status (pending)
  • Place benefits filed at
    National Benefits Center
  • Local Office
    Oakland Park FL
  • Country
    Colombia

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  1. Hi. I became a citizen today. Funny my ROC still pending. N400 interview was weeks ago and officer never mentioned ROC. Hopefully that won’t get me in trouble in the future. Any similar cases?
  2. Got update that says: Oath ceremony will be scheduled! Hopefully soon as this is the very last step of years long journey of uncertainty, paperwork, lots of wait and bureaucracy.
  3. I sent the evidence quickly even before getting the letter via mail since I was able to print the letter via online and got approved. Oath ceremony will be scheduled soon. Posting this as information if anyone else finds themselves in the same situation.
  4. Hi NJ filers, I had an interview on April 22nd (last month) at Mt Laurel and could not be approved due not enough proof of address (recently moved to Jersey from Florida) and an RFE was issued to which I immediately replied. I woke up today with great news that my N400 was approved and the Oath Ceremony will be scheduled. Since NJ do daily oath ceremonies I wonder how long will it take till I have a ceremony? Since this is extra bureaucracy I worry it'll be too long. Anyone on the same boat?
  5. Hi everyone! So I went for interview on Monday April 22nd at Mount Laurel, NJ which my case was transferred there from FLORIDA. I was the first person to be interviewed as it was scheduled for 7.40 AM. I will share more details later but basically it went well. I had ROC pending the officer didn't even mentioned. He went straight into Citizenship. I was concerned about brining birth certificate as it was required by interview letter I had brought original US Passport and my spouse lol so he saw that and didn't even asked for birth cert or not even the passport. At the end of the interview the officer said: All good but I cannot approve you at this moment because all papers have florida address and I need to see that you actually live in this jurisdiction. Will send letter (RFE) and reply to it with proof of address. I got the RFE on the mail today but it does say that it has to be of at least 3 months which is odd because I've mentioned that I've only been living in this state for 1 month... I had applied in Florida where I lived 4 years. I will send my utility bills which are dated for just a month old... I suppose that the 3 month rule does not apply for transferred cases. Anyone else on the same boat?
  6. Hi All! So I went for interview on Monday April 22nd at Mount Laurel, NJ which my case was transferred there from FLORIDA. I was the first person to be interviewed as it was scheduled for 7.40 AM. I will share more details later but basically it went well. I had ROC pending the officer didn't even mentioned. He went straight into Citizenship. I was concerned about brining birth certificate as it was required by interview letter I had brought original US Passport and my spouse lol so he saw that and didn't even asked for birth cert or not even the passport. At the end of the interview the officer said: All good but I cannot approve you at this moment because all papers have florida address and I need to see that you actually live in this jurisdiction. Will send letter (RFE) and reply to it with proof of address. I got the RFE on the mail today but it does say that it has to be of at least 3 months which is odd because I've mentioned that I've only been living in this state for 1 month... I had applied in Florida where I lived 4 years. I will send my utility bills which are dated for just a month old... I suppose that the 3 month rule does not apply for transferred cases. Anyone in the same boat?
  7. Congratulations to you as well. However it’s gonna be tough for me to get my spouse’s birth certificate before the interview...
  8. Hi. I’m an April 2018 filer. I got a N400 interview this monday the 22nd which also shall be a combo as my ROC is still pending. On my interview letter says to bring spouse’s birth certificate or certificate of citizenship. Is a US passport good enough? Copies? Thanks!
  9. Hi everyone, Been trying to look for info about this unsuccessfully because I’m moving to NJ from Florida and my N400 (filed April 2018) along with ROC are pending. I know as soon as I file AR11 Change of Address they will transfer my case there so I wonder if moving to NJ which has way LESS backlog and have already processed people from my filing date April 2018 will result in an immediate interview and processing... that’d be good news... Any on you had this experience? Thanks!!
  10. Hi folks. My case was stuck for such a long time after I filed at CSC on 4/18/17 I got a mailpiece dated 12/20/18 that says they completed preliminary review lf the application and as part of standard processing my case was transferred to NBC Lees Summit MO. I don’t know how to check proccessing times but my 18 month extension letter is expiring in Jan 2nd... and this is already a very long time of wait just to see that my case was transferred... notes: I did apply for citizenship back in april 2018 but my field office is very backlogged (Oakland Park FL)... Any ideas? Thanks in advance :)
  11. Hi guys, One question, my online USCIS account says Estimated Completion time: 8 months May 2019. I filed on April 28, 2018. How accurate is that? My local field Office is Miami. If I go to USCIS Processing times, put N-400 and select Miami FL it'll say Estimated time range 16.5 to 21 months which would set my N400 completion at August/September 2019. I don't know which one to believe. Any experiences?
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