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    Mailed N-400 in April 2004.
    Priority date April 28th.
    Received an appointment letter for naturalization interview last week, interview on 4th of October.

    [did my finger printing on 13th of September]

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    Mailed N-400 in April 2004.
    Priority date April 28th.
    Received an appointment letter for naturalization interview last week, interview on 4th of October.

    [did my finger printing on 13th of September]

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    • #3
      You did your fingerprinting on Sep 13th? It isn't even the end of August yet...??

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      • #4
        You think FBI finger print check is that quick ? Or maybe its a mistake I got that interview letter ?

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        • #5
          Arun,

          I'm not following the timeline.

          You mailed the N-400 in April. You have an appointment for October 4th but you said you had your fingerprinting done on September 13th. How could you? It's only August.

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          • #6
            Sorry for the confusion.

            Here is the timeline everything is 2004.

            * Mailed N-400 in April.
            * Priority DAte April 28.
            * Finger printing August 13.
            * Received letter for Naturalization interview on August on 23rd.
            * Interview date October 4th.

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            • #7
              OK thanks for the clarification. I had my fingerprints on Aug 16th but am still waiting for an interview date.

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              • #8
                My location is Indianapolis, Indiana. whats yours ?

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                • #9
                  Vermont

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                  • #10
                    Midwest is hopping .... Priority date March 1st (I believe), interview tomorrow
                    ...Mistake Recognized is half corrected ...

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                    • #11
                      LongTimeHere,

                      Did you say your Naturalization interview is tomorrow ?

                      Congratulations. which center ? (city).

                      How are you preparing for the US history/politics test ?

                      I am not worried about english test. But I am worried about history/politics test.

                      Would you please come back & share your experience ?

                      thanks,
                      Arun.

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                      • #12
                        This is great, very happy for all of you.

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                        • #13
                          Arun:
                          Congrats to get this far. You'll be fine. It's been a while since I took the Naturalisation test, but it is not very difficult. Typically, the examiner will ask approximately ten or more questions like:
                          How many states are there?
                          What is the Capitol of your state?
                          What are the branches of Government?
                          What is the Bill of Rights? etc.
                          It is all very elementary.

                          P.S. Yes, I did look for the video. I was thinking it might have been sold in a yard sale..but I'll search a little more.

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                          • #14
                            thanks Swiss. And thanks for the post, I was begining to think you are ignoring me

                            So I hear, that this interview/test should be a breeze, but I just want to be overprepared then under-prepared. I got 100 sample questions, which is what I am reading.

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                            • #15
                              No, Arun. I wouldn't do that. I've had my hands full these past few days with a major train derailment. Needed to get two 120-ton coaches out of the ground (too heavy for cranes, so we did it the old fashioned way). Lots of digging and heavy manual labour, hydraulic jacks, oak blocking (temp rail bed) and moving her back inch by inch. One good thing is that there's no need for a gym membership in the railroad business - its no surprise how we keep slim and trim.

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