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  1. Hello just wanted to let you know that I have received my oath appointment letter today under docu tab (original still on a way) and it is scheduled for March 4th
  2. Thank you very happy to be almost done I am not sure because I am still waiting on that letter and it is not under docu tabs yet. I believe some other filer mentioned that it will show there once they will set a date and time
  3. yes my on line satus says oath ceremony will be scheduled it has been like that one hour right after the interview
  4. My biometrics was in February 25th, 2020 and interview was January 25th, 2021 so it took 11 months and now I am waiting for the oath date and letter I have filed in January 30th, 2020 with notice date of February 3rd, 2020 Good luck
  5. Hello just a quick question did the letter show on the on line account before ? Or you received letter only in the mail ? Thank you
  6. Hello everyone Wanted to share my experience. I had my interview yesterday in Chicago office I got there earlier however they wont let you in until exactly 15 minutes before your scheduled appointment. Then you go through security check you need to take your shoes off, coat off and anything you brought after that you go to the 2nd floor check in and they give you number. The number wont display on a screen so you need to hear once they will call your number and there are rooms on right and left. My number wasn't called in for about 30 minutes after my scheduled appointment and I was out of the room and done with the whole process starting from entry in to the building and the interview within approx. 1 hour. Right after officer called me in I was fingerprinted and they took the picture right after that I was asked to show my documents state ID, passport and a green card. Then I was asked civics questions right away - who makes federal laws - when the president cannot serve who becomes the president - what are two ways that Americans can participate in their democracy - who is in charge of the executive branch - federalist papers- name one of the writers - the supreme law of the land Right after that I was asked to read from the ipad: When is Columbus day ? and to write on an ipad : Columbus day is in October The officer said congratulations you passed After that he asked me random questions from the application the yes and no and he also asked about my husbands name, how did we meet and when did we meet and when did we marry. He also asked for taxes, pictures, and some other documents that I brought, he looked over and made copies. He said he is happy with what he got and In the meantime he asked me to check spelling of my name name and to sign that I agree to take the oath and he gave me some paper showing that I passed and I am in line for the oath And that was it. My status changed right after I left the building to: Oath ceremony will be scheduled I will let you know once I will get the date Good luck to all waiting
  7. Hello everyone Wanted to share my experience. I had my interview yesterday. I got there earlier however they wont let you in until exactly 15 minutes before your scheduled appointment. Then you go through security check you need to take your shoes off, coat off and anything you brought after that you go to the 2nd floor check in and they give you number. The number wont display on a screen so you need to hear once they will call your number and there are rooms on right and left. My number wasn't called in for about 30 minutes after my scheduled appointment and I was out of the room and done with the whole process starting from entry in to the building and the interview within approx. 1 hour. Right after officer called me in I was fingerprinted and they took the picture right after that I was asked to show my documents state ID, passport and a green card. Then I was asked civics questions right away - who makes federal laws - when the president cannot serve who becomes the president - what are two ways that Americans can participate in their democracy - who is in charge of the executive branch - federalist papers- name one of the writers - the supreme law of the land Right after that I was asked to read from the ipad: When is Columbus day ? and to write on an ipad : Columbus day is in October The officer said congratulations you passed After that he asked me random questions from the application the yes and no and he also asked about my husbands name, how did we meet and when did we meet and when did we marry. He also asked for taxes, pictures, and some other documents that I brought, he looked over and made copies. He said he is happy with what he got and In the meantime he asked me to check spelling of my name name and to sign that I agree to take the oath and he gave me some paper showing that I passed and I am in line for the oath And that was it. My status changed right after I left the building to: Oath ceremony will be scheduled I will let you know once I will get the date Good luck to all waiting
  8. Congratulation Can you share what documents and questions they asked you for ? I have my interview next week at Chicago office as well
  9. That's sooooo disappointing I'm really sorry to hear that. Did they send you new dates ?
  10. Hello and congratulations Can you share what documents did they ask you to show etc. Thank you in advance
  11. Yes that's true you are 100 % right thank you for your replies
  12. Hello Chicago filers, Quick question regarding the documents to bring for the interview. I'm sure it was mentioned before just cannot find it Should I bring original birth certificate and marriage certificate or a copy ? (the letter doesnt say if a copy is sufficient or if the original is required so I am just wondering) Thank you in advance for your help
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