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Thread: To Yoly&Wayne /N400

  1. #1
    Did the N400 Interview letter ask you to bring along SPECIFIC additionalevidence being married and living together or did they leave that for you to decide what to bring?

    Also,where did you get material for the civics/citizenship exam?Did you have to go to any specific place/formal learning or is there a book to read these from?

  2. #2
    Did the N400 Interview letter ask you to bring along SPECIFIC additionalevidence being married and living together or did they leave that for you to decide what to bring?

    Also,where did you get material for the civics/citizenship exam?Did you have to go to any specific place/formal learning or is there a book to read these from?

  3. #3
    my interview letter did NOT ask for any proof of marriage documents with exception of:
    wife's birth certificate
    marriage certificate
    all, if any, divorce decrees for both of us.

    as far as citizenship interview civics exam - Google is your friend.
    there is one available righ on the INS site
    http://uscis.gov/graphics/exec/natz/natztest.asp
    ...Mistake Recognized is half corrected ...

  4. #4

  5. #5
    I'm sorry I didn't see these questions before.
    But LongIimeHere answered correctly.
    My letter didn't say to bring anything different than my spouse's birth certificate, and divorce decree if any. (which by the way I brought with me and none of the above was asked by the interviewer).

    As far as citizenship US History and civics test goes..I just went to the uscis.gov and any citizenship test available online.

    Every time I had 5 minutes, I did read and went over the questions and that was it.

    Good luck to you and once again sorry I didn't see your questions before.

  6. #6
    Thanks Yoly&Wayne but it appears that citizenship does not ask for lots of evidence as does the green card, correct?

  7. #7
    Read the instructions, they do ask for pretty much for everything all over again.

    Specially if you are applying because of your marriage to a US citizen.

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