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  1. Hello from another Brit! I'd take a chance and go ahead with the appointment solo. If your case is pretty standard, it may not be an issue that your husband can't make it. My reasoning being that your i-751 may have been approved without an interview had you not applied for the N400. At my combi, the IO didn't ask my husband anything at all. Worse case scenario, you'll pass the N400 and get recalled for a joint i-751 interview with your husband. It's the luck of the draw. Any which way, I'd prefer the rescheduling of any interview to be in the hands of USCIS rather than mine. That way the action and clock is on them. Good luck!
  2. I doubt it's been waived. I think I read on the official site that biometrics is a standard requirement for all N400 applicants, unless you meet the exemption criteria. Hopefully your appointment letter is on its way. Good luck!
  3. Hello and welcome! Which receipt number are you entering, as I think now you can track it all from the i-751 NOA receipt number. Do you get the same error on both sites? https://myaccount.uscis.dhs.gov/ https://egov.uscis.gov/casestatus/displayLogon.do My advice is to try and get an Infopass appointment on the same day as your husband's N400 biometrics. The IO should be able to set you straight on your receipt number and status of your i-751 application. I wouldn't leave it to chance though, at my local office (when I did N400 biometrics), I tried to see an IO and was promptly sent to a machine in the lobby to make an appointment. LOL. Other options are to call USCIS and ask to speak to a tier 2, just bypass the tier 1 agent. I was going to suggest raising an online query but I'm not sure how far you'll get if your receipt number isn't recognised. Good luck and let us know how you get on. PS - How did your husband get you to do all the paperwork? In my situation, I'm the immigrant and I had to do it all myself. LOL!
  4. Congrats, it's been a looooooog wait! You'll only need to get a stamp in your passport if you don't have official documentation of some kind (10 year GC, extension letter) on your person that proves your eligibility to be in the States ahead of getting your citizenship. Hopefully things will go smoothly and you can avoid the stamp step. At my interview (combi) my IO told me that he would process both my cases that day, and specifically said I wouldn't need to get a stamp, so it might be worth asking if your IO doesn't bring it up. Good luck and let us know how it goes.
  5. Yes they do, but in my experience, it's prompted by an inquiry the applicant/petitioner has raised. I've never had a call from them otherwise. They tend to like being as mysterious and anonymous as possible. It's kind of weird at the oath ceremony to see all these USCIS people running around when they've been so faceless throughout the process.
  6. That's the million $ question! But first, congrats on passing your N400. It seems to be luck of the draw. Some combi people get both cases officially approved on the day of interview, others get called back for an i-751 interview (take your spouse along) and some have to wait it out for non-interview i-751 adjudication post N400. It's encouraging that your officer said that he will adjudicate your i-751, that suggests it's not leaving his desk which should mean a quicker turnaround if your application is pretty standard. And by that I mean no minor or major red flags he'll be required to investigate. But passing your civics, and having a good N400 interview, all points to the positive. Good luck and keep us posted!
  7. Hello! I'm all set to submit my online N400 when I'm eligible on 24 October 2018, however I'm wondering how to submit the the G-1145 (Form G-1145, E-Notification of Application/Petition Acceptance (PDF, 238 KB)) at the same time. As far as I can tell, the G-1145 is paper only but you can do the N400 online or via paper. It may become clear when I get close to my eligibility date and can complete and submit my application, but if anyone can help me, I'd appreciate it. Just trying to be prepared. Background: I'm waiting, waiting, waiting for my 10 year green card (CSC filer), so will probably have a combi I-751 and N400 in-process concurrently. Many thanks and best of luck to everyone.
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