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Signature on form N 400

Discussion in 'US Citizenship' started by Timali, Apr 13, 2012.

  1. Timali

    Timali Registered Users (C)

    Hello Gurus,
    There is a lot of conflicting info. on USCIS websites regarding signature on N400. The latest instructions are asking us to sign our full name without using initials. What did you guys do?

    Timali
  2. talas

    talas Registered Users (C)

    I just used my normal signature (an Initial followed by a chicken scrawl) everywhere - N400, during fingerprinting and the Naturalization Certificate. In fact at the Oath ceremony we were specifically told it does not matter how you sign it. In my case they had use the photo and signature taken during FP on the certificate so I just signed it normally.

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