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  1. Hopefully your status changes soon. Did you check in this website? https://egov.uscis.gov/casestatus/landing.do for me creating an account there and checking there was more reliable and updated faster than the other my account USCIS website (where you applied for N400 if done online) best of luck!
  2. Here is my timeline: July 29, 2017 Filed I-751 (CSC) After that I never got biometrics letter and only one notification of your file has been transferred some time February 2018 Then I received letter of biometrics are not needed sometime in February 2018 July 21, 2018 applied for N-400 My N400 estimated time said several months (>12) but then: My n400 interview was scheduled (estimated time changed to 4 months after status change) sometime in December but it got de-scheduled because they closed all government offices that day. Then it got re-scheduled January 22, 2019 passed N-400 and I-751 joint interview. Although they didn’t have my I-751 file they did both interviews at the same time (they said I-751 file may be in the same local office but who knows) January 23, 2019 my I-751 god updated that is was transferred to Lee office and also updated the same day that it was approved. N-400 got also approved (recommended for naturalization ceremony) February 19, 2019 my oath ceremony letter arrived. Case online was updated like 3-4 business days ago and online letter appeared 2 business days ago March 20, 2019 oath ceremony
  3. I would make an info pass. Nothing like speaking with someone in person. Have you applied for N-400? Sometimes I think it can help. I’m also I-751 July 2017 file and my oath ceremony is in about one month.
  4. Thank you! I have heard bad stories about people re-scheduling oath. Plus there is no guarantee that the re-scheduled date will be better. So I guess I’ll risk it
  5. Thanks a lot. Actually the office is super close 5 min walk from ceremony to passport agency. I hope I have the same luck as your wife did a while ago .
  6. Thanks a lot. I’ll bring my plane tickets and travel plans
  7. Hi, My oath ceremony has been scheduled in a few weeks in March. It is Wednesday at 8 am. The same day of my oath ceremony I have an international travel at night (8 pm) (not possible to move or cancel, I have to go to ths trip). There is a passport agency in my the city of my oath ceremony (San Diego, CA). Can I get a U.S. passport in a few hours? How long does oath ceremony takes? I can schedule appointment with passport agency (10-11am?), fill the forms at home, bring pictures and after my oath ceremony go and request same day passport. I got the info from here: https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/passports/apply-renew-passport/hurry.html Is this possible? Has anyone done this before? Or should I try to get oath ceremony re-scheduled? Thanks!
  8. Hi, My oath ceremony has been scheduled in a few weeks a Wednesday at 8 am. The same day of my oath ceremony I have an international travel at night (8 pm) (not possible to move or cancel, I have to go). There is a passport agency in my the city of my oath ceremony (San Diego, CA). Can I get a U.S. passport in a few hours? How long does oath ceremony takes? I can schedule appointment with passport agency (10-11am?), fill the forms at home, bring pictures and after my oath ceremony go and request same day passport. I got the info from here: https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/passports/apply-renew-passport/hurry.html Is this possible? Has anyone done this before? Or should I try to get oath ceremony re-scheduled? Thanks!
  9. I agree everything is madness with USCIS. I had my N-400 interview and they didn’t have my I-751 file ready but they did both interviews anyways. USCIS officer told me he will look for my file in the office (records said it was there). One week later I got the transfer notice that it was moved to Lee office and I also got the I-751 approval letter at the same time. That was so weird but I’m glad it got approved. Now I’m waiting for oath ceremony to be scheduled. I don’t think they will send me the 10 year green card.
  10. When was your interview? What status changes occurred after interview? I’m waiting for my oath ceremony to be scheduled. I would like to know the average waiting time. Thanks
  11. Best of luck in your inquiry! I’m sure changes will come soon. my office is San Diego, CA In my case N-400 processing times were way shorter than the USCIS estimates for my office and what the online estimate said in my account
  12. A new update on my I-751 case. Today it changed to case was approved. Best of luck to everyone!
  13. Another update. Today my I-751 status changed to case was approved. Hopefully, I receive the oath ceremony letter soon.
  14. Update: I passed the citizenship exam and all the questions on 1/22/19. However, when I arrived they did not know I had I-751 pending. So they didn't have my I-751 file available, although it was supposedly in the same office. I did bring my wife so he kind of did a quick I-751 interview. When I left he said he will look for my I-751 case and review it. Then he will approve I-751 or request evidence and subsequently approve N-400. Today 1/23/19 the following updates appeared in the N-400 and I-751. As a background I'm CSC for I-751 pending (applied July 2017) then I applied as soon as possible for N-400 online on July 2018 For those with I-751 pending that haven't applied for N-400. I highly recommend applying for N-400 ASAP. In my case it seems that N-400 pushed my I-751 case. Even though my I-751 is still not officially approved (I hope the status changes tomorrow), my N-400 was approved within 6 months. Oath Ceremony Will Be Scheduled We placed you in line for your oath ceremony and will send you a notice for Receipt Number IOEXXXXXXX with the date, time, and location of your oath ceremony. You should receive your notice within 30 days of its mailing date. Please follow the instructions in the notice. If you move, go to www.uscis.gov/addresschange to give us your new mailing address. Case Transferred And New Office Has Jurisdiction On January 22, 2019, your Form I-751, Petition to Remove Conditions on Residence, Receipt Number WACXXXXX, was transferred to another USCIS office. That office now has jurisdiction over your case. We sent you a notice that explains why we moved your case. Please follow the instructions in the notice. If you do not receive your notice by February 21, 2019, please go to www.uscis.gov/e-request to request a copy of the notice. If you move, go to www.uscis.gov/addresschange to give us your new mailing address.
  15. Update: I passed the citizenship exam and all the questions on 1/22/19. However, when I arrived they did not know I had I-751 pending. So they didn't have my I-751 file available, although it was supposedly in the same office. I did bring my wife so he kind of did a quick I-751 interview. When I left he said he will look for my I-751 case and review it. Then he will approve I-751 or request evidence and subsequently approve N-400. Today 1/23/19 the following updates appeared in the N-400 and I-751. As a background I'm CSC for I-751 pending (applied July 2017) then I applied as soon as possible for N-400 online on July 2018 Oath Ceremony Will Be Scheduled We placed you in line for your oath ceremony and will send you a notice for Receipt Number IOEXXXXXXX with the date, time, and location of your oath ceremony. You should receive your notice within 30 days of its mailing date. Please follow the instructions in the notice. If you move, go to www.uscis.gov/addresschange to give us your new mailing address. Case Transferred And New Office Has Jurisdiction On January 22, 2019, your Form I-751, Petition to Remove Conditions on Residence, Receipt Number WACXXXXX, was transferred to another USCIS office. That office now has jurisdiction over your case. We sent you a notice that explains why we moved your case. Please follow the instructions in the notice. If you do not receive your notice by February 21, 2019, please go to www.uscis.gov/e-request to request a copy of the notice. If you move, go to www.uscis.gov/addresschange to give us your new mailing address.
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