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2.26.14 : N400 Couriered to Lewisville, TX
2.27.14 : Package Delivered
2.28.14 : USCIS Priority Date
3.05.14 : Check cashed
3.05.14 : N400 accepted - Email Notification
3.06.14 : NOA received
3.07.14 : Online Status FP appointment notice mailed
3.13.14 : Received FP Notice - 03/25/14
3.14.14 : FP done - walk in
3.19.14 : Status changed to In Line for interview scheduling
7.11.14 : Status changed to Scheduled for Interview
7.21.14: Received Interview Letter
8.19.14: Oath Letter
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?
I want to share my naturalization experience with criminal record, hopefully it can help future applicants.
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.