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Oath in Norfolk, VA

Discussion in 'US Citizenship' started by bashar82, Jun 11, 2005.

  1. bashar82

    bashar82 Registered Users (C)

    A month or so ago I wrote about my friends case. His parents were naturalized when he was 17 and just before his 18th birthday they sent in the N-600 application. However, they had not heard anything from USCIS for several months. After contacting USCIS they scheduled an appointment for him. He traveled to Norfolk on Thursday with his father, surrenedered his GC and took the naturalization oath, as he had turned 18, at the office.

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