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    Are there any advantages to using a lawyer when filing the n400? I understand these days it takes about 4 months to take the oath after the interview because of the name check process, is there anything the lawyer can do to speed this process. I thought all the background checks are done before you are scheduled for an interview. Has anyone been interviewed in Dallas lately?

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    Are there any advantages to using a lawyer when filing the n400? I understand these days it takes about 4 months to take the oath after the interview because of the name check process, is there anything the lawyer can do to speed this process. I thought all the background checks are done before you are scheduled for an interview. Has anyone been interviewed in Dallas lately?

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    • #3
      Unless you have issues with crimes of "moral turpitude" and other issues that would prevent you from being naturalized (ie.: unwillingness to serve in the armed forces if drafted, etc.) or problems with a break in U.S. residence (i.e.: you were overseas for 2 years), there is no advantage to using an attorney for the N-400. The attorney would not be able to speed up anything.

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      • #4
        Thanks NYCImmParalegal, you have made my decision for me. I think in my case a lawyer would be a waste of money. I just wish the process did not take so long.

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