When filing a naturalization application, one of the main factors resulting in denial of the application is breaking the continuous residence or physical presence requirements. Is the continuous residence requirement no absences from the United States of more than 364 days before filing the application for naturalization? Is the physical presence requirement applicant physically present in the U.S. for at least two and a half years out of the last five years? If so, the LPR will meet the naturalization requirements if s/he has only two 11 months travel overseas records during the five years before filing for the naturalization. Is it correct?