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  1. Right. There wasn't any discussion of it at all. To be honest, the interview was very straightforward. The agent had a trainee, to whom he was explaining EVERYTHING that he did on his screen. He explained to the trainee why he started asking questions right away to have an understanding of the interviewee's language skills etc. He talked about the flags they see on the screen, buttons need to be clicked, things to be ignored and lots of things I would not hear if the trainee wasn't there. It was interesting :)
  2. I have my interview tomorrow and I hope they ask me the same question too I filed under the 3 year rule, but the interview date falls 5 years past the first approval of residency.
  3. I'm guessing the "normal" eligibility to apply for naturalization is 5 years of residence. The 3 year eligibility due to being married to a US citizen is a special case. The form will not change once your window opens, it will always ask for 5 years of history. Why don't you just put in 5 years worth of information on residence and employment? If you don't have 5 years of history, it is what it is, you cannot change the past. Put whatever you have in. Also, based on a previous case I've read, I recommend sending in your application maybe a day or two after your window opens. One forum user had a serious problem that was solved in very difficult ways. They sent their application at 3 am local time, after the last day of 3 years of marriage. At 3 am, the servers that run on different time zones were not updated, so his application was denied for being sent before the 3 years have ended. Just be safe and wait a few days, it won't change much. Best luck.
  4. Could I be added to the list as well please? Filing date: 3/28/19 NOA1: 3/30/2019 Biometrics appointment: 4/18/19 Field office: Orlando, FL Filed: online
  5. No, it was my initial N-400 application but at first I tried to drag and drop 7 files at once, and it gave me the error notice of "5 files can be uploaded". That's when I freaked out But then I tried, just for the sake of it, to do it one by one, and it took them all, about 15 files.
  6. Hey, I uploaded 15 files yesterday in the same drag and drop window. The 5 limit is about dragging and dropping at once. I put in 5 at a time and I was able to upload many files. Best luck
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