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Lloydh123

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About Lloydh123

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  • Location Chicago, IL, USA

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  • City
    Chicago
  • State
    Illinois

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  • Immigration Status
    Naturalization (pending)
  • Local Office
    Chicago IL
  • Country
    Ireland

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  1. Interesting. I thought you could get a certified photocopy so you didn’t have to send in the original. That’s so risky, I hope it doesn’t get lost via mail. I think it’s $550 😱
  2. I thought there is option so you don’t have to mail in your original? I thought u can get a certificate photocopy. How do you get that?
  3. Hello, If you have recently passed your Naturalization/N-400 interview and have received your Naturalization Certificate, you can apply for a US passport. I dont want to send in my original Certificate, so what is the easiest way to get a certified copy of the certificate? If the only way is through USCIS, what is the easiest way to book an appointment to get this done? Thanks!
  4. Thats awesome! Never heard that rule. So once I lived in the Chicago District 3 months prior to applying for my N-400, then I can interview in that district? Is there a link to that rule? Just so I can have it available on the day of my interview if there is any issues. And great idea about Oath Ceremony. Thanks!
  5. Hi All, I currently live in Chicago and Chicago is my local office. Timeline: Applied for Citizenship via N-400 In October 2021. May 2022 - Received interview date for citizenship in CHICAGO for July 2022. June 2022 - I am relocating to Colorado. 1 month before my interview in Chicago. Question: Since I am moving to Colorado in June, and my interview is in Chicago in July, I have zero problem flying back to Chicago in July for my interview. However, What will be said at my interview when they find out I actually live in Colorado now? Will they tell me that my interview needs to be changed to their Denver office? Can Chicago office approve an interview if the applicant lives in a different state. I wasnt able to change my address from Chicago to Colorado as I am currently still living in Chicago. I move in 2 weeks. So should if I change my address on their system in 2 weeks, will my interview be cancelled as they see i moved out of state. Any advise would be great. Thanks!
  6. From timelines posted on here, I think 6 weeks should be a good guess. Im still waiting for my interview so this isnt from experience but rather, seeing what other people are tracking.
  7. Personally, we just submitted 3 affidavits with just a wet signature from the family/friend members who supplied them. Having them certified or notarized isnt necessary but you can do it if you want. An affidavit wont be a reason that your case is approved or not. Its considered extremely weak evidence. Once you have a strong case with supporting evidence, you will be fine without any affidavit at all. Hopefully someone else can give you good advise on the translating of your application. Good luck.
  8. Congrats! How was interview? Judging by timelines on here, seems like 6 weeks is a good guess, give or take. I’m waiting for interview, so this isn’t from personal experience.
  9. Can you explain a little on this please? What medical reason did you give? What evidence did you need? If its too private, I understand. Or feel free to private message me. Thanks!
  10. Even if it is waved, like mine, you will receive a notice that it was waved. If I were you, Id set up an online account and enter your I-751 receipt number. Here it will show you a history of your case. So if your Bio was waved, you can see what date that happened on. Ive seen some longer than 2 months. I think 3 is the longest though. Maybe if you haven't heard anything by the end of March, you could call them.
  11. I cant imagine any type of affidavit that you asked about (wet or scanned), be the difference between your application getting accepted or denied. Like the other comment said, its very weak evidence. Personally, I did a wet signature for all mine. If you have strong supporting documents with your case, do whatever affidavit you can. If you dont have strong supporting documents, no type of affidavit will help. Good Luck.
  12. Hey all, I have a N-400 pending since I applied in October 2021. There is a good chance that I will be moving to another State in Early Summer 2022 (Chicago to Denver). Its unlikely I will get an interview date in Chicago before the move. My question is not about how I change my address. So when I update my new address with USCIS, will my case go to the back of the line In Denver? Or do they take into consideration that my case has been pending with Chicago for potentially 7/8 months? Thank you in advance!
  13. Hey Guys, Yes as @Jorgedig said, this happened to me recently. Thanks for your input Jorgedig. Ive been on a few forums here with multiple people in same position. The general agreement is its an error and everyone is ignoring it. Maybe send me a private message and we can keep in touch as this thing progresses. Also if I hear anything from fellow VJ users in same situation. Funnily enough, im also from Ireland, got my ROC approved in June 2021, applied for N-400 in October...so our timelines are basically identical. Hope this helps!
  14. That seems too long. On USCIS it says 16-32 months. I was in the Nebraska office too and mine just got approved in June 2021 after waiting 7 months only. And From talking to a bunch of others on here, 12-14 months seems the longest. Sorry you have had to wait so long!!
  15. Just a quick update. I received a letter from USCIS, I-797C. Its about the recent change of jurisdiction in our I-751 case. I was hoping it was moved to the Chicago office, which might mean they are preparing for a possible upcoming interview by pairing it with me N-400. However, its moved to: National Benefits Center in Lee's Summit MO. Im guessing this is more of an error, rather than the hopeful idea that it was a sign my interview might be happening soon. Just a quick update. I received a letter from USCIS, I-797C. Its about the recent change of jurisdiction in our I-751 case. I was hoping it was moved to the Chicago office, which might mean they are preparing for a possible upcoming interview by pairing it with me N-400. However, its moved to: National Benefits Center in Lee's Summit MO. Im guessing this is more of an error, rather than the hopeful idea that it was a sign my interview might be happening soon.
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