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g-56 Form

Discussion in 'US Citizenship' started by JustImagineGR, Aug 2, 2008.

  1. JustImagineGR

    JustImagineGR Registered Users (C)

    Hi everyone,

    I recieved this G-56 form for an interview? It is saying that it is regarding my naturalization application (for which I already have an interview in september).

    But the G-56 interview is in August.

    What could this be for?

    I got my derivative asylum thru my parent, and got my for green card few years ago. And applied for citizenship last year. I was adult when I got my green card.

    Any help is appreciated it.

    Thanks,
     
  2. boatbod

    boatbod Registered Users (C)

    Did the G-56 come direct from your local DO? Most regular interview letters are sent by the SC, so perhaps the DO wants to reschedule your interview sooner and decided to use the G-56 letter as the method to update you.
     
  3. JustImagineGR

    JustImagineGR Registered Users (C)

    My interview (main one) is scheduled at the Asylum Office i don't know why.

    But g-56 interview is at field office. But the way I didn't send in my copies of greencard and photos when I filled out my N-400. So it says here:

    Reason for Appointment:

    1) Complete application, petition or appeal process

    2) In regards to your N-400 application, personal interview

    if above is the case, why a personal interview?
     
  4. Bobsmyth

    Bobsmyth Volunteer Moderator

    The G-56 is a General Call In Letter that is requesting you to bring additional evidence. My guess is that they first scheduled interview, then an IO pre-screened your application and found some additional evidence is required and sent out the G-56 form.
    Talk to an IO by phone or Infopass to confirm if you need to attend both interviews.
     

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