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mmkshah

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  1. Anyone waiting for their oath to be scheduled? Interview completed on 1/11 and in line for oath since 1/15.
  2. No, still waiting for it. Updated on 1/14 that we are in line for oath.
  3. Below is from their website, may be this is helpful. The USCIS Lockbox facilities located in Chicago, Illinois; Phoenix, Arizona; and Lewisville, Texas, are operated by a Department of Treasury designated financial agent.
  4. We had our N-400 interview on 01/11/2021 and it turned out to be combo interview. After the interview, our case was approved and status for N-400 is in line for oath ceremony. However, today we received interview notice for I-751 with issue date of 01/08/2021. Any advice on what is going on and what we should do?
  5. We had our N-400 interview on 01/11/2021 and it turned out to be combo interview. After the interview, our case was approved and status for N-400 is in line for oath ceremony. However, today we received interview notice for I-751 with issue date of 01/08/2021. Any advice on what is going on and what we should do?
  6. Yup, we are in the same situation. I own house with my parents and my wife is not in the mortgage. However, she is on home insurance and has one utility under our name. We had combo interview today morning and officer recommended case for approval (no updates online yet). Bring documents to show that your husband and his parents own the house and you should be fine.
  7. Thank you. I hope we get the update soon. Glad to hear you’re almost done.
  8. My Wife had N-400 and I-751 interview this morning. We arrived at USCIS at 7:45 and were waiting in line outside for security which took about 15 minutes. I was able to go in with my wife and waiting inside the waiting area while she was interviewed. The combo interview took about 30-35 minutes. The additional documents that he asked were for updated tax returns, joint bank account statement, utility bills. For I-751, he asked who lives in house and who owns it. My name and birth day. With my wife being pregnant, he asked who is the father of unborn child also asked for document for the pregnancy. We took our last doctor’s visit and couple ultrasound pictures. For the civic test below are the six questions that he asked: 1. What stops one branch of government from becoming too powerful? 2. Who vetoes bills? 3. What is the highest court in the United States? 4. How many justices are on the Supreme Court? 5. What territory did the United States buy from France in 1803? 6. What did Martin Luther King, Jr. do? Reading test: Who can vote? Writing test: Citizens can vote. Then he went through all 50 yes/no questions and also ask what does Genocide and Persecuted means. After all these, he said she is approved and he will approve the application in couple of days after he has chance to go through all the documents.
  9. My Wife had N-400 and I-751 interview this morning. We arrived at USCIS at 7:45 and were waiting in line outside for security which took about 15 minutes. I was able to go in with my wife and waiting inside the waiting area while she was interviewed. The combo interview took about 30-35 minutes. The additional documents that he asked were for updated tax returns, joint bank account statement, utility bills. For I-751, he asked who lives in house and who owns it. My name and birth day. With my wife being pregnant, he asked who is the father of unborn child also asked for document for the pregnancy. We took our last doctor’s visit and couple ultrasound pictures. For the civic test below are the six questions that he asked: 1. What stops one branch of government from becoming too powerful? 2. Who vetoes bills? 3. What is the highest court in the United States? 4. How many justices are on the Supreme Court? 5. What territory did the United States buy from France in 1803? 6. What did Martin Luther King, Jr. do? Reading test: Who can vote? Writing test: Citizens can vote. Then he went through all 50 yes/no questions and also ask what does Genocide and Persecuted means. After all these, he said she is approved and he will approve the application in couple of days after he has chance to go through all the documents.
  10. Hello, Yes it was today. I am posting it here shortly
  11. How long did it take for the status to update online after interview from Interview scheduled to approved? Thanks
  12. Call the local post office and they can tell you I believe it is 30 days or something like that.
  13. I don’t think that you need to sign for it. But regardless, you may be able to do hold mail your local post office and pick it you when you’re back in NY.
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