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Thread: N-600 interview?

  1. #1
    Does all that apply a N-600 have to be interview. If they interview you is that means that you have the possiblity of being a citizen?

  2. #2
    Does all that apply a N-600 have to be interview. If they interview you is that means that you have the possiblity of being a citizen?

  3. #3
    N-600 is filed by USC parent for children under 18 and children have to go with parent for interview and collect their naturalization certificate. No formal interview is done with the children under 18.

  4. #4
    For "automatic" citizenship under the CCA, there is no interview, but for other cases a formal interview is sometimes required. It depends on how citizenship was derived. All applicants filing an N-600 have the possibility of being citizens. Well, not just possibility, you should be pretty sure otherwise you wouldn't be filing.

  5. #5
    Hello Mohan
    Hello Pasha

    Thanks for every Information
    Thanks to all

    I am now US citizen after 5 years stay in US .
    my wife is also US citizen .
    My son who has Green card and staying with me since last 5 years .
    Now for Him what form should I filed.

    Application for Citizenship (7 Pages )OR
    Application for Certificate of Citizenship (4 pages )

    their are two forms I came across for
    Form N-600 Instructions (Rev. 11/15/02) N

    when I downloaded
    N-600 they have 7 pages
    what should I file .

    Please Let Us Know

    Thanks

    uj

  6. #6
    Adding to Old Man's response:

    If you indeed are a USC, save yourself time and $$ by simply avoiding the beaucratic red tape of the Immigration Service and apply DIRECTLY to the State Dep't for a US Passport.

  7. #7
    There are two process.

    One you can directly file for passport.
    another is for certificate of citizenship.

    NOW which form (N-600) to be filed?

    Application for Citizenship (7 Pages )OR
    Application for Certificate of Citizenship (4 pages )


    Pl inform
    Thanks
    UJ

  8. #8
    Use form N-600, Application for Certificate of Citizenship, dated 11/15/02. 7 pages. (15 with instructions)

  9. #9
    Thanks Old Man
    You write
    Use form N-600, Application for Certificate of Citizenship, dated 11/15/02. 7 pages. (15 with instructions)
    But it is Application for Citizenship (15 page)and
    NOT Application for Certificate of Citizenship(6 pages_)

    it is not confusing?
    Thanks
    uj

  10. #10
    Avoid the IMMIGRATION service.

    Apply directly to the STATE DEPARTMENT for a US Passport.

    OldMan, this is the best way to avoid expenses and headaces brought on by the service don't you agree?

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