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    Friends,
    Thanks for your past support. I need another information. I have applied for Citizenship. I have also received my fingerprints scheduled in first week of June. I have taken few trips to Canada for few days each in past and reported all with dates to USCIS. If I want to travel to Canada to meet my sister, do I need any permit ? If not will USCIS require the dates and information about my this visit, while my N400 application is pending?
    Please, I need to go to Canada week after next, right before my fingerprints appointment. My sister is sick and I have to go visit her for about a week.

    Thanks in advance for answers.

    Chichi

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    Friends,
    Thanks for your past support. I need another information. I have applied for Citizenship. I have also received my fingerprints scheduled in first week of June. I have taken few trips to Canada for few days each in past and reported all with dates to USCIS. If I want to travel to Canada to meet my sister, do I need any permit ? If not will USCIS require the dates and information about my this visit, while my N400 application is pending?
    Please, I need to go to Canada week after next, right before my fingerprints appointment. My sister is sick and I have to go visit her for about a week.

    Thanks in advance for answers.

    Chichi

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    • #3
      There is no problem visiting Canada mate especially for only a week. Its when you start taking trips of more than a year that it could possibly affect your application. Anyway all you need to do tell them about the trip at your N-400 interview and they will add that to your original application. Even better would be to print off the page of the N-400 application that asks about time/trips spent outside the US and give it to them with the updated information at the interview...........I know when I did that the immigration officer who conducted my interview appeared to appreciated it.

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      • #4
        Thanks Paddy,

        That is really very helpful. I will sure do that. Appreciate the help.

        Chichi

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