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    I had my N-400 interview test yesterday (monday), it went realy easy and i passed then officer told me ucis has not recived yet my name and back ground check and officer gave me N-652 stating ( a decision cannot yet be made your application)
    My questions, Is this normal to have interview done without name / back ground check etc.
    Is there any way i can call and check status of my back ground / name check so i can go for oath.
    Looking fwd to hear from any good advice. Thank you for your time to read and also GOOD Luck to everyone , who are in process of N-400 interview test.

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    I had my N-400 interview test yesterday (monday), it went realy easy and i passed then officer told me ucis has not recived yet my name and back ground check and officer gave me N-652 stating ( a decision cannot yet be made your application)
    My questions, Is this normal to have interview done without name / back ground check etc.
    Is there any way i can call and check status of my back ground / name check so i can go for oath.
    Looking fwd to hear from any good advice. Thank you for your time to read and also GOOD Luck to everyone , who are in process of N-400 interview test.

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    • #3
      I had the same type of interview in February and still waiting for the name check to complete. If you need more info, please, check my thread called 'N400 NOA'. Hope it helps. Best regards.

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      • #4
        fizza,

        I have to file my N-400 soon, can you direct me to what documents you were asked to bring

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        • #5
          Copy of green card, copy of driving license, copy of three years tax forms, bank statements, and a letter from your employer, two pictures passport style, N-400 filing fees $400. Best way to arrange paper work, read carefully the instructions about how to fill out the N-400. Put your paper work in the order in which it is listed in the instructions. GOOD LUCK!!!!!

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          • #6
            Thank you

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