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About Lemon23

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  • Location New York, NY, USA

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    New York City
  • State
    New York

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  • Immigration Status
    Naturalization (approved)
  • Place benefits filed at
    National Benefits Center
  • Local Office
    New York City NY

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  1. They shouldn't judge you because you're definitely correct, people should learn to research and read, specially for immigrant like us.
  2. Does anyone here read what's written on I-9? Well, here you go so everyone will be aware what type of identification is acceptable or not. At the end of the day, employer cannot discriminate you just because you don't have green card, passport card, US passport or CON. ANTI-DISCRIMINATION NOTICE: It is illegal to discriminate against work-authorized individuals. Employers CANNOT specify which document(s) an employee may present to establish employment authorization and identity. The refusal to hire or continue to employ an individual because the documentation presented has a future expiration date may also constitute illegal discrimination. https://www.uscis.gov/i-9
  3. Agreed on this, I saw one member here which I think his English is good but failed on Naturalization English exam on the oral part. He was asked some words based on his application for verification but having a hard time to comprehend. It's more than oral and written exam, USCIS will also test the ability of the applicant to understand some words that they will ask.
  4. I'm done with my immigration process, see my timeline below.
  5. Okay, you can upload the i-751 confirmation letter/18th months extension letter you received from USCIS as additional evidence.
  6. Yes, it's a confirmation that you applied your i-751, and dont forget the copy of your conditional GC.
  7. My friend got approved Friday, March 20, 2020 without interview, so USCIS is processing cases that don't need interview.
  8. Biometrics and finger printing are very important during naturalization interview to verify the identity, building another system to send code to the applicant is another waste of time and resources. We understand your frustration but as what @arken many people losing jobs, life, and Senators/Congressman will deviate their attention to this serious matter like this virus. You will not die by not being naturalized soon but many people out there are dying already because of the virus.
  9. Helping a friend here who is under the process of Removing her conditional status, her ROC file was sent 3rd quarter of last year and she said she wants to switch her application to waiver since they are divorcing. They agreed to divorce and in fact okay with it, they don't have kids and my friend don't want to after with any property of her husband. Anyone here with experience in filing a divorce in NYC? The fastest and cheapest process would be appreciated. Thanks in advance.
  10. Yes, I even want to petition my siblings but knowing it will take forever, I don't think its a good idea.
  11. petitioning siblings can take more than 20 years before they touch and approve your application for petition, so yeah i wont be so worried about the affidavit for support right now.
  12. it's not possible, you have to wait for them to schedule you for oath taking.
  13. I dont have a name change as well when I updated my status but they sent a new card to me with the same name and SSN number. I think that is their standard procedure for any changes on your SSN records whether name change or status, because on SSN card there is date when they processed your SSN card whether new, name change or status update, it's an indication that is something change on your records and the last time you visited and requested to update your records. I know there's a lot of confusion about this but that's how it works, even me myself ask them why they are sending a new card since I'm already updating my immigration status and that was the response I got from SSN employee.
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