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Jan 2014 Timeline - Citizenship

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United States

My interview was on, 6.18.2014. I got to the Houston TX office at 12.50pm for a 1.20pm interview. They haven't public parking and had to look for a business parking lot around to park in.
After being sworn in, the questions:

1) What does the president cabinet do.
2) What did the declaration of independence do
3) Name one part of the US government
4) How many supreme court justices are there
5) If the president and vice couldn't serve, who becomes president?
6) Forgot!

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Successful H-1B renewal at Nuevo Laredo

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United States

I got my H1B visa stamping (renewal with different employer) done successfully at Nuevo Laredo. Want to to share my experience to forum.

Recommended to get Mexico visa stamp. I visited Mexican consulate in my city. Key documents are I797, Pay slips and address proof required to get Mexico visa. The entire process should take around 2 hours if you visit consulate in your city. If you are not close to Mexican consulate please call help desk they should guide you what needs to be done.

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N-400 Interview Experience in Atlanta, GA

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Williamzcj
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United States

My interview was done on December 11, 2012 For n 400, I passed the test but the officer gave me a letter saying that the decision cannot be made now.. Two days later I received request for evidence letter.. They requested my petition for divorce.. My green card is based on marriage that only lasted two years.. The condition was removed after the divorce.. I sent a copy of the petition for divorce on December 21.. I have not received anything since. Has anyone been asked to provide a certified copy of the petition for divorce before? Please help I am confused.

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Finally US Citizen!!!!!

Name: 
Wilva
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United States

Finally the last Friday, Jan 17th I became an American Citizen, it's was a easy, quickly and simple ceremony at 26 Federal Plaza, I was request to be there at 11:00 am, when arrive to the place a big line inside was waiting for me but was fast, them I went to the 3rd floor, make another line with my letter and GC, a few minutes later I was lil interview about the questions on the letter and give my GC to the officer, them somebody show me my seat, almost full with like 150 people from 57 diferent countries.

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Boston MA - N-400 TimeLine

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JPBoston
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United States

There were a few places that did the naturalization ceremonies in MA but it is a royal pain how long they take to schedule these. Back in 2010, I had to wait 3.5 months for my naturalization after passing the interview. They gave me my oath ceremony letter right after passing the interview. Seems like things have only gotten worse since 2010. I had my naturalization ceremony at Mechanics Hall in Worcester and no, it was not because I lived in or near Worcester. I lived in the Boston city area at the time.

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