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Time between interview notice and the actual interview

Discussion in 'US Citizenship' started by dadue, Apr 7, 2005.

  1. dadue

    dadue New Member

    Hi,

    Could anyone please share your experience/timeline about when you received your naturalization interview notice and when the actual interview was scheduled?

    I'm planning a vacation abroad (for about 3~4 weeks) and am worried about getting an interview notice while on vacation and could not make it back in time...

    My DO is LA. Thanks in advance! :)

    Dadue
  2. Anahit

    Anahit Registered Users (C)

    My DO is LA, too. My daughter got her interview letter on January 26 for March 8, about 6 weeks before the interview. CAAplier on this forum got the letter on 12/03/04 for 02/09/05, more than 9 weeks before the interview...
    Search some more on this forum, you'll have more information to make a decision.
  3. sony55

    sony55 Banned

    usually, it takes between 6 weeks up to 16 weeks in some incidents. I believe you should be fine , have a safe trip and enjoy yourself!
  4. maheshgajanan

    maheshgajanan Registered Users (C)

    For LA DO, I got my interview letter 4 to 5 weeks before the interview.
  5. JohnnyCash

    JohnnyCash Volunteer Moderator

    Each District Office varies on this, and most of times- it also depends on case-by-case basis. However, by law, USCIS must have to give at least 14 days for an advance notice for the interview.

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