Q: I have my N400 interview for naturalization but my I751 is still pending, steps to get a decision on both
Today I received a letter for my N400 naturalization interview taking place in March but my I751 is still pending a decision. My I751 petition (filed in November of 2017) was recently routed to the National Benefits Center in December.
1) Will the officer automatically first adjudicate my removal of conditions (I751) or do I need to ask this to be done prior to the N400 interview or do I need to ask the office on the day of the interview?
2) Do I need an attorney to do this for me? Is an attorney required for these types of cases when the i751 decision is still pending?
3) Do I need to bring my spouse to the interview? There was no mention about bringing my spouse in the n400 appointment letter.
Thanks in advance.
A: 1) No, the officer will no first adjudcate your i-751 and you do not need to ask them to do so.
2) Having an attorney always helps, however since there is nothing to ask regarding the i-751 this question is moot.
3) No, you do not need to bring your spouse to the N400 interview.
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