A good question. You mean an N-400; not 600, for there is no "oath ceremony" for an N-600. USCIS professes to be open and running normally since it is funded by individuals like yourself who pay them the filing fees. The oath ceremonies being officiated by a federal judge, however, it remains to be seen if those oath ceremonies will be continue as scheduled. I'd like to think that yes, that the "partial" shutdown will be over with in a matter of days.. We'll see. Stay tuned, cruise the USCIS website daily for more up to date info. www.uscis.gov
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There are no oath ceremonies for N-600s.
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I agree with my colleagues. You must be referencing the N-400. As for the oath ceremony, good question. As my colleague stated, they are officiated by federal judges and as such they may very we'll be impacted by the shutdown. Other support services related to USCIS have been affected.
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Official information - it should not because USCIS is funded by fees not appropriations.
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