If an applicant did their biometrics for their I-751 RoC, will they need to go through biometrics again a year later when filing for N-400? I'm aware that biometrics are valid for 15 months, but what if the applicant and spouse have moved together to another state at the time of N-400 application? Will the biometrics process be required just because they moved? Thank you!
It is the custom and practice of CIS to require separate biometrics for every type of new application.
New biometrics are required from each and every N-400 applicant, for the N-400 process, the same way they were required due in the I-751 application.
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Biometrics in my opinion will be scheduled again for a separate immigration N400 as being a completely different legal process, since the initial case was not the same as a newly initiated N400 one.
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Yes a person must get printed again when the file for citizenship.
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