Citizenship

Became A Citizen yesterday

Name: 
Wannabecitizen
Country: 
United States

I am happy to share the good news with all of you that my wife and I became citizen's yesterday. The process was very easy. We had interview appointments at 10:05 am and were called in before 10:15. The interview lasted 5 mins and the officer did not look at any documents I took. I spent last two weeks trying to collect all kinds of documents mentioned on another thread. Anyway here is my timeline:

RD: 3/08/2006
FP: 4/18/2006
Interview/Oath: 5/24/2006

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My N400- progress

Name: 
hp007
Country: 
United States

DO: Atlanta

06/07/06: Mailed N400 to TSC
06/12/06: Mail arrived at TSC and priority date
06/14/06: Checks encashed
06/21/06: Notice received
06/26/06: FP notice received
07/11/06: FP Date
07/21/06: Notice for interview.
08/30/06: Interview date.

It is all DONE. I am now a citizen of USA.

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N-400 Average Cycle Time 

This report provides the service-wide military naturalization average cycle times by month.

N-400 Performance Data 

This report provides the number of Naturalizations N-400 Regular and Military Service.  It includes office locations, receipts, approvals, denials and pending by fiscal year with current year-to-date figures.

 

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N-400 San Francisco timeline

Name: 
rduman
Country: 
United States

Interview Experience:
My interview was scheduled at 7:45 am on April 5th in SF. Got there 15-20 minutes early and there were probably only 10-15 others in the waiting area at the time. At about 8:15 am, an officer came out and called me. The interview was a breeze - he went through my answers in the N-400 application, made me repeat all the Yes/No answers filled in in the form.

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Interview in NY - No decision made

Name: 
Diavon
Country: 
United States

I had my interview today at 8:20AM. The interviewer called me in around 9:20AM.

He first went through the whole N-400 and asked me every question. It was like orally filling the form out. Then I told him about my traffic tickets. There were two - one in 2002 and the other in 2003. Both were speeding tickets (no DUI or anything like that). I had proof that both tickets were paid and kept the originals. He then asked to see my Selective Services card which I showed him. Then the english and history tests. I got all 10 questions correct. 

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