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  1. It was easy. Just some biographic verification, done in less than 10 minutes. And yes I did bring everything from my I-751 to current timeline but the officer only looked at my lease. Good luck with yours.
  2. I had my combo interview on 11/20. The interview went smooth, not too many questions asked and my officer was a very cool guy. Although my husband came with me he wasn't needed in any portions of the interview. The fact that the officer asked me whether it was my husband sitting with me when we were in the waiting room proves that he actually looked at my file prior to this. We started off with the I-751 file I'd never realized my file was huge until I saw it on the officer's desk - I was just like wow). Basically it was just the verification of my information and hubby's (name, DOB, work). He asked about our current address, which I told him and offered him the lease - he said no need however changed his mind 30 seconds later, and whether we have and plan to have kids and that's about it. It took about 10 minutes and I was approved on the spot. The N-400 was easy. After I passed the test he just read to me a series of yes/no questions on the application. All it took was around 10 minutes. The rest of the time was just him typing info into his computer, and the interview was 45-50 minutes in total. In the end I was told I was scheduled for the oath ceremony next month and my notice should come in a week. At this point I breathed a sigh of relief that I was officially done with all this paperwork nightmare forever woot woot. So word of advice: come well prepared. You need to know your applications like the palm of your hand and make sure you bring all the documents needed and you should be fine.
  3. I went to my interview today with hubby (btw he wasn't called in with me). It was a combo, and my ROC was approved on the spot. I just got an update that oath notice is mailed. Will share my experience in a different post.
  4. Any advices on preparing for the interview? Mine will be next week and I feel a bit overwhelmed.
  5. An update on my case: N-400 interview is scheduled, no words on I-751 after its transfer to NBC in August. Finally I see some light at the end of the tunnel.
  6. I just got a notification of my N-400 interview being scheduled. My I-751 has been pending for 22 months now which, I think, will make this a combo interview. Do I need to call USCIS to let them know that I have a pending I-751?
  7. My I-751 was transferred to Lee Summit on 8/16. For those of you who had your combo interviews, how long did it take from the date of the transfer to get the interview notice? Thanks a bunch.
  8. Mine was transferred to NBC on August 16. From my research it could possibly mean a combo interview coming our way, which is a good thing but the question is when.
  9. I just came back from the Santa Ana field office. The whole process took about 20 minutes max and was unexpectedly pleasant to my surprise (there was only 1 couple before me so no wait; the officers were nice and respectful). They took my green card and stamped my passport, which is good for a year.
  10. How unhelpful is this? Can anyone advise when I should write to my congressman?
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