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CDAgirlMI

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About CDAgirlMI

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  • Location Jackson, MI, USA

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  • Gender
    Female
  • State
    Michigan

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  • Immigration Status
    Naturalization (pending)
  • Place benefits filed at
    Chicago Lockbox
  • Local Office
    Detroit MI
  • Country
    Canada

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  1. Congrats on passing the interview. My Oath ceremony was 5 weeks after interview.
  2. Congrats!! I had my ceremony yesterday as well! New US Citizens!! I think it's our signature....or at least I hope so!
  3. 1500??? Wow! Yeah I can imagine the wait of going through each person, but it's an experience to remember for life! I've got mine Wednesday (about 48 hours from now, not that I'm counting lol!) Glad you're now a US citizen!!
  4. I'd like to know this too, mine is in a couple weeks.
  5. Awesome!!! Congrats! Mine was scheduled for 5 weeks after the interview.
  6. If it were me, I'd find any way possible to make this date work. I haven't heard good things about rescheduling.
  7. If you want to bring pictures, you can I didn't bring any for mine. At my interview, spouses were not allowed to come into the interview room, so my husband did not come with me at all. So it's hard to say whether or not they will need to speak to her. As far as evidence goes, I would bring more than not enough. Each interviewer is different, and can ask for anything. I brought my binder with as much stuff as I could gather, but was asked for none of it, so you never know. I also forgot to add I brought my current passport too, which they did want to see with my other identification.
  8. Aside from what you already mentioned, I brought my permanent resident card, driver's license, SSN card, anything USCIS ever sent me from the last 5 years and as many receipts or statements showing residency & marriage as I could. Better to bring more than necessary than not enough. My interviewer asked about my work over the last 5 years & went over some of the application questions with me.
  9. Haha, I got the habitual drunkard and commie questions! Glad it went well for you guys.
  10. My husband is coming with me to the oath ceremony regardless, so we'll see then if they let him in to witness it or not.
  11. HI, So I forgot to update this thread when I posted about my interview last week, so here goes... I applied for naturalization in August last year & had my interview today in Detroit. Everyone from security check point, check-in desk and my interviewer were super friendly!! After my name was called we went into the office & before starting, swore I would tell the truth. She asked to see my identification (driver's license, passport, permanent resident card & SSN card if I had it & I did). Made sure my info was correct (address, name). Asked 6 civics questions: What is the highest court in the United States? Under our Constitution, some powers belong to the states. What is one power of the states? If the President can no longer serve, who becomes President? The Federalist Papers supported the passage of the U.S. Constitution. Name one of the writers. Name one state that borders Canada Where is the Statue of Liberty? A sentence came up on the tablet in front of me and I had to read it out loud. Then , she verbally said a sentence which I had to write out on the tablet. She went over a few of the personal questions on the N400 (parents, my current and previous jobs within 5 years). Then asked (I think most?) of the Yes/No questions on the second half of the application, which there was no issues with. Made some small talk, but I kept that to a minimum I just wanted to get through the main part of the interview! Then she told me I passed! I brought a binder of evidence to prove my marriage and residency but none were asked for. Said I should get a letter with an oath date & it would be at that field office. Unfortunately guests still aren't allowed to accompany us but maybe that will change by that date Overall great experience.
  12. Yes, they give you plenty notice. If you have a USCIS account it will show up there too (along with a mailed paper copy). I think the timeline was showing 13 months when they scheduled me, so I wouldn't worry with that much either.
  13. I filed in August (Detroit field office) and had my interview yesterday. So 7 months wait. I received notice of the interview 5 weeks prior.....if that helps any.
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