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Emmsan

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  1. I had my N400 interview on a Friday at 1 pm. We arrived 15 minutes prior and was let in. My interview notice didn’t state that my husband should come along or that my interview was a combo interview. I brought him anyways, along with updated evidence of our marriage (birth certificate for our son, 2020 tax return, updated credit card bills, and original documents of submitted copies, etc. I did not bring a copy of the entire submitted package). My husband was allowed in, there was no one else in the waiting area at the field office. We waited until my appointment, I was called in and my husband stood up with me to come along. The officer stopped him and told him he couldn’t come in. At that point I thought there wouldn’t be a combo interview. I was sworn in and asked to sit down. He said he was going to go over both my cases, but he hadn’t had a chance to completely look over the ROC yet. He did complain that there was a lot of bank statements in there “that didn’t tell him very much”. I had also redacted some information from our deed, which he didn’t like (fair enough, don’t know why I did that to begin with..). I said I had the original deed with me if he wanted to look at it. He started by going over the N400 application and asked me the civics questions (can’t remember all of them) · Who makes laws? · Who was the father of our country? · How many justices of the supreme court? · Name one writer of the federalist papers? I got the first 6 questions right and we moved on to the reading and writing. I had to repeat the sentence “Who was the first president?” and write: “Washington was the first president”. He then moved on to the I-751. He asked when we got married, how and when we met, where we had our wedding, how many people were at our wedding, if my family was present at the wedding. He asked who the father of my son was and asked to see his birth certificate. The birth certificate was the only additional document that he asked for. To be honest, some of the personal questions might have been a part of the N400 interview and some for the I-751, I can’t remember exactly what was asked and when. He said he was approving the N400 but was going to approve the I-751 on the following Monday when he had looked it over more. I had my oath ceremony Wednesday. My husband and son weren’t allowed in and it was just me and the officer in his office when I took the oath!
  2. I had my N400 interview on a Friday at 1 pm. We arrived 15 minutes prior and was let in. My interview notice didn’t state that my husband should come along or that my interview was a combo interview. I brought him anyways, along with updated evidence of our marriage (birth certificate for our son, 2020 tax return, updated credit card bills, and original documents of submitted copies, etc. I did not bring a copy of the entire submitted package). My husband was allowed in, there was no one else in the waiting area at the field office. We waited until my appointment, I was called in and my husband stood up with me to come along. The officer stopped him and told him he couldn’t come in. At that point I thought there wouldn’t be a combo interview. I was sworn in and asked to sit down. He said he was going to go over both my cases, but he hadn’t had a chance to completely look over the ROC yet. He did complain that there was a lot of bank statements in there “that didn’t tell him very much”. I had also redacted some information from our deed, which he didn’t like (fair enough, don’t know why I did that to begin with..). I said I had the original deed with me if he wanted to look at it. He started by going over the N400 application and asked me the civics questions (can’t remember all of them) · Who makes laws? · Who was the father of our country? · How many justices of the supreme court? · Name one writer of the federalist papers? I got the first 6 questions right and we moved on to the reading and writing. I had to repeat the sentence “Who was the first president?” and write: “Washington was the first president”. He then moved on to the I-751. He asked when we got married, how and when we met, where we had our wedding, how many people were at our wedding, if my family was present at the wedding. He asked who the father of my son was and asked to see his birth certificate. The birth certificate was the only additional document that he asked for. To be honest, some of the personal questions might have been a part of the N400 interview and some for the I-751, I can’t remember exactly what was asked and when. He said he was approving the N400 but was going to approve the I-751 on the following Monday when he had looked it over more. I had my oath ceremony Wednesday. My husband and son weren’t allowed in and it was just me and the officer in his office when I took the oath!
  3. Yep! I'll write something in this thread once I've had my interview/know more. There's a thread on VJ about combo filing as well: Thank you!!
  4. I have my N400 interview next week and my I-751 hasn't been approved yet. I'm bringing my husband and additional paperwork that I haven't submitted in the I-751 or N400 application. For example, our 2020 tax return, updated lease, and newer credit card statement. I'm just bringing updated evidence and not my whole packages. Not sure if that'll be enough, but I also don't want to print everything. My interview notice doesn't mention a combo interview, but I'm preparing as if it will be one.
  5. Mine says 13 months but my interview is already scheduled for June. I'd take number with a grain of salt
  6. My interview was scheduled yesterday for June 11. I got an email this morning about a change in status and the notice was under the document tabs.
  7. Just looked at the documents tab on my uscis account and it shows that my biometrics will be reused! Estimated completion time moved from August 2021 to May 2021. Still no update on my ROC, but I'm hoping for a combo interview (soon).
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