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  • Update on processing of I-751 in VSC (bad news)

    I filed my I-751 in January of 2002, and yesterday (August 22) I received second Notice of Action dated August 18, 2003, stating that processing of my case will require a minimum of 330 days (it has been already 19 months since I filed my application.). I also have my N-400 interview in October. I was hoping to get my I-751 approved before the naturalization interview. Is this going to complicate my way to naturalization? Could anybody give me some advice? Thanks.

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    I filed my I-751 in January of 2002, and yesterday (August 22) I received second Notice of Action dated August 18, 2003, stating that processing of my case will require a minimum of 330 days (it has been already 19 months since I filed my application.). I also have my N-400 interview in October. I was hoping to get my I-751 approved before the naturalization interview. Is this going to complicate my way to naturalization? Could anybody give me some advice? Thanks.

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      I also filed my I-751 on January 22, 2002. I also received same notice of action today dated on 8/18/03 saying that above application takes 330 days and if I don't hear from them in 11 months then contact BCIS. It has been already 19 months and another 11 months to wait. Mean while I am waiting for N-400 interview date. Also been to federal plaza and they stamped my passport one more time extended my green card for one more year. Please help.

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        Many I-751 petitions to remove conditions of residence are taking a long period of time. In the meantime, the applicant has become eligible for naturalization. Just because a Form I-751 has not been adjudicated should not deter an applicant to apply for naturalization. An applicant who is waiting for removal of the conditions on permanent residence could still apply for citizenship. If the naturalization interview comes first, the BCIS would also be forced to adjudicate the Form I-751 application.

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