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Old Dec 12th 2019, 6:34 pm
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Default N400 Interview Scheduled, no mention of I-751

Hi everyone,

My interview for naturalization based on a N400 application has been scheduled, for next month. There was no mention of my pending I-751 (removal of conditions on green card), however. Would this not create a delay for the N400 application? Has anyone had to deal with this scenario recently?

Thank you all in advance for help/tips.

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Old Dec 12th 2019, 6:35 pm
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It could delay the N-400 approval, yes. Or they could adjudicate them both at the same time.

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Old Dec 13th 2019, 11:30 am
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Default Re: N400 Interview Scheduled, no mention of I-751

We're seen it happen both ways in the last 6 months. Some have the I-751 adjudication forced by the N400 and are given a decision that day, others are told that a decision on the N400 cannot be rendered UNTIL the I751 is completed.

I have even seem a single case where the person is sent away from their N400 interview without being allowed to complete it because the I751 hasn't been completed. That was over on VJ.

It seems YMMV.
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Yes my N-400 interview happened before my I-751 was approved, I had to wait around a month and then both were approved at the same time.
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Default Re: N400 Interview Scheduled, no mention of I-751

After reading this thread it got me thinking, there are 2 fees one for the ending of conditions on green card and the other fee is for naturalization, are they both paid up front ? How can you pay for removal of conditions to then on one of the captions below, not being allowed in for interview because the removal of conditions hadn't come back yet...
My point is, is the money lost ????
My removal of conditions on my CR-1 starts next December.... Regards.
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Default Re: N400 Interview Scheduled, no mention of I-751

The fee is paid at the time you submit each application.

No, the money isn't lost. Each application will get adjudicated, which is what the fee is for.

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Old Jan 13th 2020, 7:24 pm
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UPDATE:

My N400 went very well, the officer grumbled that the service center hadn't sent him my I-751 paperwork, to which we both laughed that was almost expected. He said that he'll approve based on satisfactory I-751 paperwork when he lays eyes on it.

N400 interview itself was brief and easy (with study).

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Old Jan 20th 2020, 12:36 pm
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Congrats! Hope they don't keep you waiting long.
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