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Réina17

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About Réina17

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  • Gender
    Female
  • City
    Kent
  • State
    Ohio

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  • Immigration Status
    K-1 Visa
  • Place benefits filed at
    California Service Center
  • Local Office
    Cleveland OH
  • Country
    Philippines

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  1. Filed for expedited passport on Dec. 24th at the local post office in Ohio. They gave me a tracking number and told me it should arrive in Philadelphia for processing on Dec. 28th (which it did). 12/29/2020 - Received an email that they received my application. 01/06/2021 - I received an email saying they shipped my passport book. So now I just have to wait for the passport book and my NC to arrive in the mail. The process was way faster than I thought it was gonna be!
  2. On the day of my interview, I did bring all the copies that I have uploaded but they never asked for it.
  3. Had my oath ceremony today at the AJC building. Very straightforward. There were about 20 people in the room, you come in and sign the certificate. After everyone got in, we took the oath and then they gave us the certificate before we leave the room. It only took like 5 mins. Whole thing probably took around 20 mins because of the waiting. Filed on June 1, 2020 Interview was on October 1, 2020 Good luck guys! Cleveland is indeed one of the best places to become a US citizen!
  4. Had my oath ceremony today at Cleveland, Ohio. Very straightforward. There were about 20 people in the room, you come in and sign the certificate. After everyone got in, we took the oath and then they gave us the certificate before we leave the room. It only took like 5 mins Filed on June 1, 2020 Interview was on October 1, 2020 Good luck everybody! I hope you all get approved soon!
  5. Unfortunately, no same day oath for cleveland. I have noticed on this thread that oath taking usually happened on a Friday and usually three weeks after the interview so I am predicting yours will probably be around the 27th.
  6. Hi! Did you receive the oath date yet? I got approved on October 1st, the notification changed into oath ceremony has been scheduled on October 6th but haven't received any mail and it's not showing up on my documents tab yet.
  7. Update- online status from the old site is showing oath ceremony notice was mailed. Exactly 3 business days after my interview. It's not showing in my online account yet but i'm excited the waiting game will be over soon!
  8. No you don't have to. Because of covid they don't want you to bring anyone
  9. Congrats are getting approved ! 😀

    1. Réina17

      Réina17

      Thank you so much!!

  10. The online status is now saying this but my online account is still the same. Good luck everybody, hope my experience helps!
  11. I had my interview today at Cleveland, Ohio. Interview time was 1:30, I got there at 1:00 pm and waited for 15 mins in the lobby since they don't allow you to go through the security checks until 15 mins before your appointment. At 1:15pm I went to room 501. Gave my appointment notice and then at exactly 1:30 pm, the officer called me. We proceeded to his office, I sworn to tell the truth then he asked my current green card and if I have the old one and I said yes, so he took the old one and said I didn't need it anymore. He verified my name, address, date of birth and current job. Asked information about my husband, when we got married and trips outside the US. He then told me that he will be testing my civics knowledge. He asked me these 6 six questions- I can't remember the 6th question, we were talking too fast and I was so anxious lol • One right of a US citizen • Who was the President during the Great Depression and World War II • Name one branch of goverment • When do we celebrate Independence Day • What ocean is in the West Coast He made me read the sentence on the tablet- Who can vote? Then made me write on the tablet- Citizens can vote. He asked me all the questions in Part 12 of the N-400 form. After that, he gave a piece of paper saying that I passed and is recommended for approval. He also said I will get a notice for the oath ceremony within 30 days. I was out of the building by 1:40pm.
  12. I had my interview today at Cleveland, Ohio. Interview time was 1:30, I got there at 1:00 pm and waited for 15 mins in the lobby since they don't allow you to go through the security checks until 15 mins before your appointment. At 1:15pm I went to room 501. Gave my appointment notice and then at exactly 1:30 pm, the officer called me. We proceeded to his office, I sworn to tell the truth then he asked my current green card and if I have the old one and I said yes, so he took the old one and said I didn't need it anymore. He verified my name, address, date of birth and current job. Asked information about my husband, when we got married and trips outside the US. He then told me that he will be testing my civics knowledge. He asked me these 6 six questions- I can't remember the 6th question, we were talking too fast and I was so anxious lol • One right of a US citizen • Who was the President during the Great Depression and World War II • Name one branch of goverment • When do we celebrate Independence Day • What ocean is in the West Coast He made me read the sentence on the tablet- Who can vote? Then made me write on the tablet- Citizens can vote. He asked me all the questions in Part 12 of the N-400 form. After that, he gave a piece of paper saying that I passed and is recommended for approval. He also said I will get a notice for the oath ceremony within 30 days. I was out of the building by 1:40pm.
  13. Hey @Giovanni1, did your oath letter say anything about bringing guests to the ceremony?
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