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    Hi.
    I am applying for Natur.soon based on 3 years married to the same us citizen.i was wondering if 2 years ago i was working in a different state for 8 month away from home would that disqualify me.we been married for 6 years and i been a pr for 3.it is not clear at the ins.gov site what they mean by living with the same us citizen for 3 years.does that means in the same house or in marriage.also if any one can shares his/her interviiew experience would be nice.thanks

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    Hi.
    I am applying for Natur.soon based on 3 years married to the same us citizen.i was wondering if 2 years ago i was working in a different state for 8 month away from home would that disqualify me.we been married for 6 years and i been a pr for 3.it is not clear at the ins.gov site what they mean by living with the same us citizen for 3 years.does that means in the same house or in marriage.also if any one can shares his/her interviiew experience would be nice.thanks

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    • #3
      HI
      Does anyone know (from personal experience) how long it now takes to become a USC (from the filing of the naturalization application to swearing in,) if you're a resident of NYC?!

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      • #4
        To sfca :

        It means that the person should remain married to his/her spouse. Your stay in another State will not have any adverse affect on your Naturalization Application. You must write all addresses and other information truthfully.

        To louise :

        In New York City it takes between 8 to 12 months to get Naturalization Certificate.

        Good luck.

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        • #5
          Thanks Umesh.

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          • #6
            i douubt INS would be as nice and smart as u.I think it depends on the person in charge.I read a lot about how some ins offiers dont understand the laws fully and thats why they complicate things.i guess i will have to wait and see what they do with my case.I promise i would share my story with u guys here and i would much appreciatedif some one would as well who might been or would be through a similar situation soon with ins naturalization process.thanks.

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            • #7
              no it wont be that hard

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