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Thread: naturalization

  1. #1
    Guest
    I had my naturalization interview at Dallas District Office (n-400) in the second week of Feb,2003.
    I passed all parts of the test and my application was approved but no appointment of oath yet.

    Please share any knowledge or experience.

  2. #2
    Guest
    I had my naturalization interview at Dallas District Office (n-400) in the second week of Feb,2003.
    I passed all parts of the test and my application was approved but no appointment of oath yet.

    Please share any knowledge or experience.

  3. #3
    Guest
    I had my interview in Feb. too and got naturalized in April, but I'm in a completly different location. It all depends how many people are being gathered for the oath (if you're in a crowded area, which Dallas most certainly is),then it may take a bit longer to gather hundreds of people for the oath ceremony. No need to worry about it yet. You'll receive your oath soon!! Good luck!

  4. #4
    Guest
    Congratulations to you for being naturalized. Thanks for the positive feddback.

  5. #5
    Guest
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  6. #6
    Guest
    any of u guys had it in calif.if so how long it took? and how much?and did u have a lawyer with u

  7. #7
    Guest
    I'm very happy and proud of being an American.

    And I absolutly don't mind "negative feedback" thinking of me as stupid and whatever. I don't feel that way about you at all! In contrast, I hope good things will happen to you, too, so that you don't have to feel this anger, bitterness and jeleousy.

    I AM AN AMERICAN. I AM HAPPY, AND I AM PROUD!

  8. #8
    Guest
    I am also waiting for about three months for the oath letter.

  9. #9
    Guest
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  10. #10
    Guest
    I got my green card in August 1992, and I lived in US till september 1993 and then returned back to my country to get married. I actually stayed out of US for 2 yrs and then reenturned on reentry permit in 1996. I stayed for a month and then back again to my country. Then I again got reentry permit for 2 yrs and entered US in 1998, stayed for a month and returned. During 1999, 2000 I came within a year to maintain my green card. Finally I decided to settle down in June 2001. Since then I have been continuously residing in US. In dec 2003 it will be 2.5 years of continuous residency out of 10 yrs. Can anybody tell me when can I apply for citizenship?
    Umesh can you help me here please?

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