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  • What does this mean? n400 app

    I just received a letter today as a resuslt of an inquiry done in January. I submitted n400 in April 06, and as directed online I notified immigration when my case was 30 days past the processing times online. The letter states that they are actively processing my case. "however, additional review on this case cas caused a longer processing time" now they are telling me that if I don't hear anything in 6!!! months, I should contact them again. What could possibly the matter?

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    I just received a letter today as a resuslt of an inquiry done in January. I submitted n400 in April 06, and as directed online I notified immigration when my case was 30 days past the processing times online. The letter states that they are actively processing my case. "however, additional review on this case cas caused a longer processing time" now they are telling me that if I don't hear anything in 6!!! months, I should contact them again. What could possibly the matter?

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    • #3
      they have a back log and get in touch with them if u havent heard anyting within 6 months contact them. If there was a problem they will be in touch. Dont worry for the sake of worrying. Do not try and read between the lines.

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      • #4
        You should be aware that this really means nothing more than the fact that the DHS is stalling on your case just like everyone else. I'm convinced that the DHS hires the least qualified applicants for new positions on purpose.

        Anyway, don't worry this wait is normal now. However, because this is a naturalization petition you may be able to go to a U.S. District Court if the DHS does not adjudicate in a reasonable time. If you think the process is taking too long you may want to consult a competent immigration attorney.
        Note: This is not legal advice. For legal advice contact a competent immigration attorney. http://asylumlaw.blogspot.com

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        • #5
          I feel much better now. Thank you. I am just mainly disappointed because I am planning to join the US Army, and in order to go OCS I have to be a citizen. Thanks again!

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          • #6
            actually u dont need to be a citizen to join the US army.

            U can join under ur present status. Go to the army recruiting in ur area and get some advice. Actually those already in the service get priority treatment with thier citizen applications

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            • #7
              You can join the US Army for one enlistment without beeing a USC, after that you have got to become a USC.

              To attend OCS you have got to be a USC.



              Eligibility

              At least 19 and no older than 29 at time of enlistment (applicants ages 30-34 may request a waiver)
              United States citizen
              At least a 4-year college degree prior to entering the Army
              Earn a minimum 110 GT score on the Armed Forces Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB)
              Meet the minimum height and weight standard ( male& female)
              Pass a complete physical at a Military Entrance Processing Station (MEPS)
              Able to obtain a security clearance
              No more than 10 years' active Federal Service at time of commission
              Be able to meet the normal requirements of enlistment (Note: Criminal History requirements for commission are much more strict than the requirements listed in the "requirements of enlistment" article. In general, an applicant for commission must have no convictions by civil or military courts. (This does not apply to minor traffic violations with a fine or forfeiture of $250.00 or less). An applicant must not have been judged to be a juvenile offender. This applies even if the court sentence, or any part of it, was suspended or withheld, or such conviction was in any way removed from court records by satisfactory completion of a period of probation. This also applies to adverse juvenile adjudication. (Note: Some convictions can be waived).

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              • #8
                At this point I really want to go OCS, and even if I would enlist, with my luck uscis would schedule my interview while I am going through training. I guess at this point I simply have to wait it out. I acutally have a recruiter and have been putting my package together for OCS.

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