Asylee N-400 Interview Experiences and 2011 Tracker

varayoc

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Today I went for citizenship test and interview at the Newark New Jerse Office. The test was very easy. The officer ask me how many tmes I went out of the country and where also ask me about registration to selective service ,which I didn't do but because of my age didn't matter anymore. I was recomeded for approval at 8;20 in thye morning, oath ceremony at 12:30 and out the door with my certificate at 12:45. Overall was a very easy process...
 

stepent

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Looks like most of us are almost done with the naturalization process. Good luck and keep praying.
 

cafeconleche

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Yes you can, but if you submit it at the oath ceremony, they might not accept it. They might ask you to fill it out there and then. IF you're going to a post office after the ceremony, then an online form is fine. Just sign and date it with the oath date, not before.
 

flamingopark2

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Yes you can, but if you submit it at the oath ceremony, they might not accept it. They might ask you to fill it out there and then. IF you're going to a post office after the ceremony, then an online form is fine. Just sign and date it with the oath date, not before.
Thanks cafeconleche
 

MGTgrl

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Hello everybody,

I just wanted to share with all of you that I am finally an American! I want to thank everybody for your help! Good luck everybody!

By the way, when you are going for the citizenship interview, please don't forget to take your marriage certificate if you are married! I didn't take it thinking that my GC was not based on marriage, but the IO said that they are requiring all married applicants to bring it! It's not on their check list they mail, but still take it!

My oath was delayed by two days because of it, but that is because my IO was a nice guy. Most IO will tell you to mail! It will take ages to hear from them back after that!
 

Mauricio22

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Hey guys,

It's time again for one more USCIS adventure. Hopefully my last one.

Congratulations to all forum members here getting their citizenships, and thank you for sharing your experiences.
I sent in my application last week, see signature below.
 

shefe

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Went to the Interview on 8/15/2011 and got there at 9:07am which was scheduled for 9:30am in Long Island, NY. I started reading and studying the 100 questions and i had my bag full of documents from 1992. At 10:17am, i had enough of reading, my brains had no memory to contain the information so i started browsing the internet with my android phone. At 11:24am, a black lady called my name and i went inside and it was like she was not ready for me or just did not want to deal with anyone today. She asked if i would like to change my name and i said Yes and she printed a form from the computer and hand it over to me. Now the funny part, she looked at my immigration profile and asked series of questions on N-400 and started checking correct on it. The next question was you never never traveled out of the country and i responded back saying to her "never" so let me see your passport, i showed it to her and she looked at it again and again and then said not even Canada and replied "nop". She smiled and asked me the civic questions and she stopped at number 6 and gave me a paper to read it out loud and i did and asked me write down, what i just read out loud and i also did with no problem. The next thing was let me see your selective service registration card and I hand it over to her and she took a letter form and said congratulations you will get your oath date in the mail in 2 weeks. I got up from my seated chair and she escorted me out and i looked at the time from my phone and it was 11:32am
 

rickelk

New Member
hi guys

do you think its good to have N400 filled by lawyer because all those illegal arrests and detention in cop.should we say yes to those questions.but those were not happened in USA.
 

rickelk

New Member
congrats

hopefully everything goes real smooth for you.
good luck





Hey guys,

It's time again for one more USCIS adventure. Hopefully my last one.

Congratulations to all forum members here getting their citizenships, and thank you for sharing your experiences.
I sent in my application last week, see signature below.
 

Mentos

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Issue about the Yellow letter. Did any one get same thing like me?

I recived my Yellow letter 2 days ago. On my N 400 application i had to Mention that i been Arrested and Jail in my country cuz of my political acctivites. And i got my GC through from Political Asylum--
Here what its say---"
(1) You indicated in your application that you have been arrested. For those arrest and any other incidents in which you may have been involved, bring orginals or certified copies off all arrests recordes and Court Dispositions showing how each incident was resolved"----

(2)Also they ask me to bring " Status Information letter" from selective Service with my Interview time.

Cuz i didnt register to Selective service when first time i came to USA and that time i was 25 years of old. cuz that time i really dont know that. I send a Stetment with my N 400 and explain that.----So i called to SS and talk to reps. and request him to sent me "Status Info letter"

And i am wondering why they ask me Despositions letter from my country which happend almost 20 years ago.

Does any one recive same Yellow letter like me and did Interview?
Or any give me some suggetion?
I never commitied any Crime here is USA and never been Arrested.

Here is my time line.
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June 20th N 400 sent to dallas
(From NYC)
July 24 Fingerprint taken
Aug 22 Yellow letter recived
 
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