Dallas, TX asked in Immigration Law for Missouri

Q: Is it possible to have an N400 application expedited if my employment depends on it?

My driving license expires in February and my employment is Truck driver. Back in 2014 when my conditional green card was ungraded to full ten year I never actually received that card and when I enquired about its whereabouts I was told the card was no longer traceable. So in February of this year I applied for citizenship, application accepted April 3rd, then COVID came. Now the N400 processing times are 2 years plus which means I can’t prove legal residency to the DMV in February and my new license will be denied. I was hoping for a chance of fast tracking the N400 given the definite fact I will lose my employment without the completion of the N400 application in the next 6 months.

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Kyndra L Mulder
Kyndra L Mulder
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  • Immigration Law Lawyer
  • Jacksonville, FL

A: You are an LPR. You need to apply for a replacement card. You will need a current card when it comes time to attend an interview for your NATZ. Once you file for the replacement call the 1 800 number to schedule an info pass at your local USCIS. Take the receipt and other proof that you are an LPR to the appointment and request a stamp in your passport.

NO You can not expedite your NATZ. The proper thing to do is get your green card.

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