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  1. No idea what's needed to travel. But personally, I would prefer a polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test, rather than cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR).
  2. For me, was just a jump to 'has been scheduled'.
  3. Aaza, have you completed biometrics yet? From your posts, appears you filed on 30th of September 2020.
  4. Here's a news article on Rockford restarting naturalization ceremonies. https://www.wifr.com/2021/07/14/roszkowski-courthouse-hosts-first-naturalization-ceremonies-since-pandemic-began/ It hasn't been obvious to us, but I'll bet that over the previous months that ceremonies in Chicago have either been conducted for the Eastern district or the Western district.
  5. I thought this might happen: I received a text and email this morning notifying me that an action had been taken on my case that needed my attention, and to log in to myUSCIS.
  6. I got an interview notice today! Interview date is 8/31/2021 (7 weeks notice). I found my interview notice on my daily check of myUSCIS. My case status did not update to any active consideration or action on my case: just went straight from receipt notice to interview scheduled. The interview notice was available immediately in the Documents tab. I have not received any notifications (text or email) about action on my case to let me know to check myUSCIS, so for a change I'm glad for my overzealous checking of case status. Time to case completion estimate jumped from 4 months (yesterday) to 13 months (today).
  7. I think we all agree that based on what we see, it is very frustrating. Priority date for a case inquiry for Chicago N-400 filings is March 11, 2020. So I don't think there is a lot you can do yet. One thing that I wonder is whether interviews are prioritized for scheduling in an order after biometrics is completed. Even though you filed in May 2020, your biometrics were completed in Feb 2021. Do you know when this late October filer had their biometrics completed?
  8. You can locate your office at this site: https://www.uscis.gov/about-us/find-a-uscis-office/field-offices Scroll all the way to the bottom of the page, and put your zip code in to see which field office has jurisdiction.
  9. The whole process certainly is weird, Crocs. I don't know if there's anything wrong. Did you request a name change?
  10. I think there is is just a backlog. Someone has an interview this week who was interviewed of the 28th of May. My guess is you'll get an oath notice soon. https://www.visajourney.com/timeline/citlist.php?op6=All&op7=Chicago+IL&op1=8&op2=&op4=1&op5=5%2C10%2C11&cfl= At Chicago, we're getting to the bumper crop of cases submitted at the end of September 2020. Nationwide, there were almost double the number of cases submitted in Sept 2020 than for a usual month. USCIS' progress through the case files won't be equal to the rate that they were submitted.
  11. Everyone has that same text associated with the projection. It is a new way of calculating it (since approximately May 2021). But I haven't seen any projected dates that match up with real case dates yet.
  12. I strongly agree with NYBEtt. Apply for a passport in person at a passport agency after your oath, and before you travel.
  13. NorthSouth, since you're asking about oaths, have you had your interview? From memory, we're similar timelines.
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