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  1. Wow...each to their own I suppose!!
  2. To be fair, I answered all of the questions within .01 of a second of him asking them. Then when he asked me the trick question he smiled as he asked it and when I answered he laughed a little. I think he was just trying g to have a little fun.
  3. That’s awesome, but now you also passed your N400 exam you hopefully won’t need it as you’ll take your oath soon! let me know as soon as you get that letter!
  4. This is such a disputed interpretation. I read you only need to say yes if drugs or alcohol were involved...... I feel like with my driving history, and how I’m sure they do a search when checking your case, there is no way they wouldn’t know I had tickets. They specifically asked that question during interview and I said no. Not trying to hide anything but because my personal interpretation again with everything I’ve read said only if it was only if it was drugs or alcohol related. I could be wrong but I was just approved.
  5. I think over the course of times I've lived here I've had about 4-5 speeding tickets, and a couple of reckless driving tickets from accidents (I'm obviously not a great driver) but at my N400 interview yesterday the officer didn't ask about them at all. Like NOTHING. I did have all the info with me showing they were paid etc. I don't know if its common for them to ask or not.....?
  6. No I don’t have mine yet. He said within two weeks. 🤞🏻🤞🏻🤞🏻 We both get it soon!
  7. It should be a letter and show in the docs tab on your my account.uscis..... web page.
  8. Yes marriaged based 3 year. Also NOT a combi interview. I think if you put a ton in with your application you’ll be ok. If you have joint kids, bring their birth certificates, also he was quite serious when he asked about me owning taxes or not, so maybe your tax paperwork. otherwise, at least for me, it’s a lot more relaxed than I was expecting!
  9. Yes! I think he knew I knew my stuff since I answered within .01 of a second when he finished the question so thought he would be funny! 😝 Of the two weeks thing is true that would be outstanding!!
  10. OK INTERVIEW OVER - RESULT - RECOMMENDED FOR APPROVAL! Tampa office was really busy. I got there 30 minutes before my appointment time, got my number and quickly found out that regardless of number or appointment time, they go in no particular order. The two different ladies I set next to in the waiting room had been there for over an hour past their appointment time. They were calling out numbers in the 40's when I arrived (mine was 75). One lady had something like 59, but my number was called before hers! As for the interview, my officer seemed one of the happier ones. I cracked a few nervous jokes with him and made small talk, which he was fine with. He was an immigrant from Poland, so that was cool to relate to him a little bit about the journey. He started with a few basic questions about me, my wife and how I started on the immigrant journey. He also asked her full name, where we met, when how we started dating, very simple, nothing strenuous. Then moved onto the civics questions. The questions I got were: Who becomes president if the president is incapacitated? When do we celebrate Independence Day? How many Supreme Court justices? Capital of my state? Who becomes president after president and Vice President? Who was the 50th president? - trick question! Then he moved onto the YES/NO questions from the application. All were rapid fire, I think he went quicker since my first language is English. But still, all simple and easy. When he asked if I would be able to pledge the oath I said "Yes, please when can do we do it?" His reply was....."well I have to approve you first (with a smile)!" The English test was read " WHO LIVES IN THE White House" and write "THE PRESIDENT LIVES IN THE White House" THE IPADS you have to write on are pretty awful, but they sufficed and he wasn't bothered about poor handwriting. I also had to sign a couple of boxes about reading the oath, as well as a couple of small changes he made to my application. All quite simple. He didn't ask to see anything extra I brought, including my wifes birth certificate or marriage certificate. He did question if our daughters birth certificate was in there, because he couldn't see it in the file. But then he found it. He kept talking to himself as he was scrolling through the application on his screen saying, yes, yes, good, good....... Then he printed off the paper and said "Congratulations"!! These were the best words I've been waiting for and was super happy to hear! I asked when the oath ceremony might be, and he said usually within a couple of weeks of the interview. Now, I'm sitting back, relaxing, drinking a Mojito celebrating. As much as I want the oath ceremony to happen right away, it's finally relaxing knowing that its actually coming! Good luck to everyone else waiting. It will happen. It will come. It's A LOT easier than you're expecting.
  11. OK INTERVIEW OVER - RESULT - RECOMMENDED FOR APPROVAL! Tampa office was really busy. I got there 30 minutes before my appointment time, got my number and quickly found out that regardless of number or appointment time, they go in no particular order. The two different ladies I set next to in the waiting room had been there for over an hour past their appointment time. They were calling out numbers in the 40's when I arrived (mine was 75). One lady had something like 59, but my number was called before hers! As for the interview, my officer seemed one of the happier ones. I cracked a few nervous jokes with him and made small talk, which he was fine with. He was an immigrant from Poland, so that was cool to relate to him a little bit about the journey. He started with a few basic questions about me, my wife and how I started on the immigrant journey. He also asked her full name, where we met, when how we started dating, very simple, nothing strenuous. Then moved onto the civics questions. The questions I got were: Who becomes president if the president is incapacitated? When do we celebrate Independence Day? How many Supreme Court justices? Capital of my state? Who becomes president after president and Vice President? Who was the 50th president? - trick question! Then he moved onto the YES/NO questions from the application. All were rapid fire, I think he went quicker since my first language is English. But still, all simple and easy. When he asked if I would be able to pledge the oath I said "Yes, please when can do we do it?" His reply was....."well I have to approve you first (with a smile)!" The English test was read " WHO LIVES IN THE White House" and write "THE PRESIDENT LIVES IN THE White House" THE IPADS you have to write on are pretty awful, but they sufficed and he wasn't bothered about poor handwriting. I also had to sign a couple of boxes about reading the oath, as well as a couple of small changes he made to my application. All quite simple. He didn't ask to see anything extra I brought, including my wifes birth certificate or marriage certificate. He did question if our daughters birth certificate was in there, because he couldn't see it in the file. But then he found it. He kept talking to himself as he was scrolling through the application on his screen saying, yes, yes, good, good....... Then he printed off the paper and said "Congratulations"!! These were the best words I've been waiting for and was super happy to hear! I asked when the oath ceremony might be, and he said usually within a couple of weeks of the interview. Now, I'm sitting back, relaxing, drinking a Mojito celebrating. As much as I want the oath ceremony to happen right away, it's finally relaxing knowing that its actually coming! Good luck to everyone else waiting. It will happen. It will come. It's A LOT easier than you're expecting.
  12. Headed to Tampa for my interview. I’m nervous as hell! Thanks to all my VJ friends for getting me this far. Everything should be fine, but my stomach is in twists!
  13. a.t.j24

    Selective Service question

    Sweet! Thanks of I knew how to delete the post I would!
  14. a.t.j24

    Selective Service question

    I agree. I just got a little concerned and questioned the part in my head of 31 on some pages I've read!!! I'm being a complete idiot and just OVER worrying! I believe my case to be fairly straight forward, so fingers crossed Monday lunch time I'll be a happy man!
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