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I have applied the N-400 on August 2017. I went for biometrics on September. As per October 4th my case is in line for interview, and there is no update since then. Im getting married in Czech Republic on May 19 2018, so Im really nervous. Do you know how long normally takes to receive the interview letter after the biometrics? Also, does oath ceremony happen the same day?
Asked on January 15, 2018 under Immigration Law, New Jersey
SB Member California Bar / FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney
Answered 4 years ago | Contributor
it can take 6-8 months for the citizenship interview to be scheduled after filing and that's on average. The interview is separate from the ceremony. The ceremony may be scheduled a few weeks after a successful interview or a few months after. Also, the marriage in the Czech republic should not affect anything as you can still travel using your green card and you should make sure that someone has access to your mail while you are away in the event you get any correspondence from USCIS while you are away.
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