Asked in Immigration Law for Louisiana

Q: I751 waiver pending for 9 years n400 scheduled for testing and interview?

I got married in 2010 and I had my 2 years gc in 2011. Filled i751 in 2013 and got divorced (after a year) in 2014. My case was pending over 3 years then I recieved a letter from uscis for more proof of my marriage. I sent them everything I had I added my divorced letter.

They switched my case to i751 waiver.

My case was pending untill October 2020. They scheduled interview for my i751 waiver. But rescheduled for covid. I applied same time for N400.

I751 is still pending but I just recieved a letter from uscis says n400 scheduled for testing and interview.

I just wonder that if they will do combo interview or just n400 ?

My case been pending for 9 years. Finally I'm going to be interviewed. Is it good news ? Or bad news ? What should I expect?


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Agnes Jury
Agnes Jury
  • Immigration Law Lawyer
  • Traverse City, MI

A: Check out this video from USCIS as to naturalization:

Your citizenship interview will also include questions about your I-751 application.

Best wishes!

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