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Possible to change residence district after applying for naturalization?

Possible to change residence district after applying for naturalization?

Old Jul 15th 2001, 2:43 pm
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Sergei
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I spent 5 years in California and would like to apply for citizenship right now.
But I'm moving to Washington state soon. The N-400 form says I need to live in the
district for at least 3 months **prior to application**. Does anyone know if I can
apply now and pass all the tests/interviews while living in Washington, or the
only option I have is to live for 3 month in my new district and then apply?
Thanks. Helen.
 
Old Jul 15th 2001, 4:43 pm
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Uchakra
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You can always change your address once you move to your new address. This can be
done over phone using the national support number.

After you change find out from your sevice center if the correct has been recorded.

If you are not confident with that approach, either stay where you are until your
Oath or apply 3 months after moving to your new location.
 

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