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  • Tak
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    Inh:

    Congratulations.

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  • Tak
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    federale86:

    As I had mentioned, there was no interview for N-600, I was right and you were once again wrong like always. My knowldege is personal and hands on and you rely on information from here and there.

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  • federale86
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    What office was this? Terrorists now can just walk into federal buildings without identification?

    Good news for all those who want to die, killed by 9/11 wannabees.

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  • FSN
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    I am sorry for Inh it took 9 months just to get the Certificate of Cirizenship.
    Since his father was not awear of and he never bother to register his birth.
    This is only a matter of three to four day to give him a Citizenship Certificate, which took nine months...
    USCIS can make non citizen a Citizen and Citizen had to suffer at the hands of those with no knowledge..
    God Bless America,,,,>

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  • ProudUSC
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    Great news, Inh! Congratulations!!

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  • Brit4064
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    Good stuff inh! The latest "new" USC

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  • inh
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    http://discuss.ilw.com/eve/for...02603441/m/956101653

    After 9 months of waiting I have now received my certificate of citizenship.

    First off I did not need any sort of Id to get in the building. Just walked threw metal detectors. The security staff was helpful and in a good mood. But that was all the interaction I had with them. A few feet from the entrance was window #1. That was the place specified in the letter I got. I walked up and handed the lady the letter. She did ask for my green card, and as I had told you guys I never got one. She said it wasn't a problem I just had to fill out an affidavit saying I never received one . After that I signed a few papers, signed the certificate it self. Then took the oath. I was then handed the paper work to get a passport. She gave me The certificate, and that was it.

    I had my appointment this morning at 9:30 central time. And walk out at 9:38 with my certificate. Ill admit I was a little early but still its a testament of how easy and simple it was. I skipped no details in my description. That was it.

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    INH now a certified citizen

    http://discuss.ilw.com/eve/for...02603441/m/956101653

    After 9 months of waiting I have now received my certificate of citizenship.

    First off I did not need any sort of Id to get in the building. Just walked threw metal detectors. The security staff was helpful and in a good mood. But that was all the interaction I had with them. A few feet from the entrance was window #1. That was the place specified in the letter I got. I walked up and handed the lady the letter. She did ask for my green card, and as I had told you guys I never got one. She said it wasn't a problem I just had to fill out an affidavit saying I never received one . After that I signed a few papers, signed the certificate it self. Then took the oath. I was then handed the paper work to get a passport. She gave me The certificate, and that was it.

    I had my appointment this morning at 9:30 central time. And walk out at 9:38 with my certificate. Ill admit I was a little early but still its a testament of how easy and simple it was. I skipped no details in my description. That was it.
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