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ditwar

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About ditwar

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  • Location Gainesville, FL, USA

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    Removing Conditions (approved)
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    California Service Center
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    Jacksonville FL

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  1. Hello thank you so much for your response. I have read that the German permit could take 1 year to be approved, so unfortunately will have to wait and apply by the 5 year rule and pay the high fee. And the other thing it sucks, is in case the German permit is approved, we get only 2 years to apply and get the US citizenship, if the 2 years are over and my husband haven't had the Oath Ceremony, we will have to apply again for the permit because otherwise he would loose his German citizenship. The good news is that when we are able to file the N400, hopefully the covid-19 issue is over and we will have the 5 years tax returns. But in that time, I think we will have to take into consideration where to file, where he can get his citizenship before the 2 years mark. How do I find out which office process the N400 faster? Because in this case it would be worth event the move.
  2. Thank you so much for your response. I wanted to know if we decide to apply later, in the 5 year rule, if we can provide only 3 years tax returns because we is married with me or he will have to provide the 5 years. We do not have problems proving that we are a bona fide marriage, hour problem is with the tax returns. And if they ask for 5 years tax returns, we we file for example after February 21, we will not be able to provide the 5 years tax returns if the interview is at the end of 21. The other problem that we have is that my husband is a German citizen and got recently the information that he will need to apply to an German permit in order to be able to retain his German citizenship, before he obtains a new citizenship. Otherwise, he loose his German citizenship. If we apply for this permit, let say tomorrow, due to the covid-19, we doubt that we will get this permit before the end of this month. I have read elsewhere that this German permit lasts only two years. So, I do not know if would be a good idea to apply to both at the same time and hope that the German government approves the permit and my husband receives in his hand the document, before the USC oath ceremony. Or we should wait that he got his permit first and after apply for the US Citizenship paying the heavy fee. What do you think?
  3. Thank you a lot for your answer. I checked their quick instructions and they wrote: "Your tax returns are very important proof that you are eligible for naturalization. On the day of your interview, bring certified tax returns for the last 5 years (3 years if you are married to a U.S. citizen). Certified tax transcripts may be ordered by using Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Form 4506-T available at www.irs.gov or calling 1-800-829-1040." So if I understand correctly, we will need just 3 tax returns because he is married with me (I am US citizen), even if we decide to apply after 5 years? G-1151.pdf
  4. Hello My husband and I are thinking to file for the naturalization soon before October, because the fees will be exaggeratedly increased in October 2020. My husband got his GC on February 2016, send application for removed of condition in December 2017 and last year 2019, they removed his conditional and got his 10 GC. We would like to file under the 3 year condition but our problem is that we do not have 3 years tax returns. We have 2018 and 2019, we will file for this year but I guess for the N400 it will not count. In 2016 and 2017 we were both unemployed and did not file. Do you know if this is a strict requirement for approval of N400 under the 3 year rule?
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