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dfw2019

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About dfw2019

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  • Location Dallas, TX, USA

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    Little Elm
  • State
    Texas

Immigration Info

  • Immigration Status
    Naturalization (pending)
  • Place benefits filed at
    National Benefits Center
  • Local Office
    Dallas TX
  • Country
    India

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  1. I have changed my name via N-400. Thats why I need to update DL, SSN, Bank Accounts etc.. as soon as possible. Texas law says that within 30 days of name change, I need to update Drivers License. If you are not changing name, you can update DL, SSN after few weeks. No need to hurry now. However, even without name change, I recommend updating. Because if your DL record do not show Citizenship Status, when you DL renew is due in future, you cannot renew online and have to visit DPS every few years. If Citizenship status is not updated in SSN, when you change jobs or request any social security benefits you may face some challenges. Also DPS will not allow to renew your DL online if your SSN do not show Citizen status.
  2. Question on judicial oaths. I have heard that some field offices are not giving name change certificates signed by judge at the time of oath ceremony. Instead they are mailing them after couple of weeks. Anyone who recently attended your judicial oath in Dallas received name change certificate on the same day along with naturalization certificate? I have my oath ceremony next week. If they do not give name change certificate on same day, I'm concerned I cannot apply for US passport or update DL and SSN card. I would appreciate if anyone can share their experiences
  3. Yesterday, I have received oath ceremony notice for 14-May. Finally big sigh of relief after a long wait (17 months from date of filing to oath ceremony date). I have requested for name change.
  4. Congratulations. I saw your timeline that your Citizenship is approved.

    Did you ask for name change?

    I have asked for name change during my interview on 11-Jan-2021 and waiting for oath letter.

  5. Anyone who filed N400 in Dallas and requested name change are awaiting oath ceremony? Myself and wife attended interviews and they have approved. We are waiting for oath date. My wife is waiting since 2 months. Is anyone in the same situation?
  6. Anyone who filed N400 in Dallas and requested name change are awaiting oath ceremony? Myself and wife attended interviews and they have approved. We are waiting for oath date. My wife is waiting since 2 months. Is anyone in the same situation?
  7. Wow. That is shocking to wait so long. Which field office did he file? Dallas? Also, asking for name change can cause months delay for oath.
  8. I'm in eastern district and they do not publish their schedule online. My wife was approved on 18-Nov with name change and still waiting for oath date. During my interview officer is guessing eastern district will schedule before end of Feb. However, he is not sure as it all depends on the court & Judge availability. Not in USCIS hands. I do not have outside country travel plans and can wait for couple of months. Thats why decided to go ahead with name change.
  9. Not a combo interview. I have applied on 5 year employment based GC category. They have asked 2008 questions. 2020 version of questions are applicable only when you apply on or after 1-Dec-2020. I have applied in Dec 2019.
  10. Today I have attended the interview in Dallas and office approved my case. I have requested for name change and waiting for oath notice.
  11. Today I have attended the interview in Dallas and office approved my case. I have requested for name change and waiting for oath notice.
  12. Hmm. Did they specify the reason for cancellation?
  13. What is her interview date & oath date? Did she ask for name change. Because name change oaths are done via court whereas regular oaths are done by USCIS.
  14. My wife attended her interview on 18-Nov in Dallas and was approved the same day. However, no new on oath ceremony. Today is is 45th day since her interview is completed. She requests name change. Is anyone in similar situation?
  15. Last month my wife attended interview with lots of documents. Immigration officer asked only the following: 1. Interview Letter 2. Green Card 3. Passport 4. Drivers License I would suggest to take the following as well. 1. Last 5 years tax transcripts from IRS (you can download from IRS website) 2. If you have any traffic citations or fines, proof to show you have paid the fines or any court documentation like court disposition letter. If you are applying citizenship base don 3-year rule. they may ask additional documents. For 5-year based, I don't think you need to take any other documents.
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