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  1. My Immigration is officially done!!! My N400 experience was both exciting and nerve wracking! The goal to ensure that your paperwork is sufficient down to the studying the citizenship material was taxing but was ALL worth it! I had my citizenship interview today at the Milwaukee, WI field office. My application was under the 3 yr rule. I arrived 1:15pm per instruction from the appointment letter. Check in procedure was smooth and organize. I was called exactly 130pm. The IO asked for my DL,GC and Passport. He started with the Civics test and answered all of the questions. Reading and Writing tests were completed without any issue. He went over my form and just asked me a few questions. He asked if I was working and replied that I work as a CSA at a utility company. He said it must be a tough job. He asked if I get yelled a lot? We ended up chatting about the nature of my job coz I told him that we respond to emergencies and outages too. I informed him that I need to change my response for group membership coz I said no yet Im a member of a labor union, he said not to worry about it and then handed me the results form after having me sign a few documents! I was out after 10 minutes! He didn’t even ask for any of my documents! Later on, my case was updated to advising me of my oath of ceremony scheduled! I WOULD HAVE NOT MADE IT WITHOUT THE HELP OF EVERYONE HERE IN VJ! Thank you for your generosity and for sharing your experiences and knowledge! God bless you all and more power!
  2. Hello guys!!! I am finally a US citizen!!! 📷📷📷📷 Here’s my Oath Ceremony Experience and in this video I would explain how long I have waited for my Oath Ceremony after the interview. Hope this helps! Wish you all the best guys!!! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q8ceMrX00dY&t=42s
  3. Hello all. i have a question. my USC sister is planning to sponsor my mom to come to the US next yr. my mom lives with my half brother. she was never married to my dad nor to the dad of my brother. recently, my brother’s dad passed away from health problems. my question is, if my sister sponsor my mom, is she able to bring my half brother with her? there would be nobody who would watch over him if he has to be left behind. btw my brother is only 12 yrs old. thank you!
  4. Message for U.S. Citizens: Message for U.S. Citizens: Limited Resumption of Appointments for U.S. Citizens Home | News & Events | Message for U.S. Citizens: Limited Resumption of Appointments for U.S. Citizens The ability of U.S. embassies and consulates to provide emergency services to U.S. citizens continues to be limited. As U.S. embassies and consulates reopen their services to the public in a phased and safe approach during COVID-19, the U.S. Embassy in Islamabad and U.S. Consulates General in Lahore and Karachi will resume limited in-person passport appointments and notarial services beginning on Tuesday, September 8, 2020. Appointments will be scheduled based on prioritized service needs including: Children who have yet to be documented for the first time as U.S. citizens. U.S. citizens who are traveling outside of Pakistan within six weeks and must renew their passports before travel. U.S. citizens who do not have travel plans, but for documentation purposes need to renew their expired passports or who have passports that will expire within six weeks. Parents of U.S. citizen minors who are providing written and notarized authorization to renew or apply for their child’s passport (DS-3053 Statement of Consent: Issuance of a U.S. passport to a Minor Under Age 16). Emergency notarial services. If you are seeking services in one of the categories mentioned, above please contact the appropriate section listed below to schedule an appointment. You may be asked to provide additional documentation to confirm the appointment. Actions to take: To request an appointment at the U.S. Embassy in Islamabad: Send an email to ACSIslamabad@state.gov with your name, contact information, and specific situation/service requested. To request an appointment at the U.S. Consulate General in Karachi: Use the Consulate’s online appointment system. To request an appointment at the U.S. Consulate General in Lahore: Send an email to ACSLahore@state.gov with your name, contact information, and specific situation/service requested. Applicants must follow all safety precautions, including wearing a mask, social-distancing, and presenting themselves on-time to their scheduled appointment. Please review the Embassy website at https://pk.usembassy.gov/ https://pk.usembassy.gov/message-for-u-s-citizens-limited-resumption-of-appointments-for-u-s-citizens/ CAN ANYONE EXPLAIN THIS?
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