On January 7th, I have been placed in line for an interview for naturalization (N-400) and still didn't receive an interview notice yet. On february 4th, I have received the yellow letter that says to bring driver's licence to the interview. I live in the bronx, ny and my friend that applied for naturalization after me have receive an interview notice before me. Should I be worried?
Should I call USCIS and see what's wrong with my case or still wait more? They say on the case status that I should receive the interview notice within 90 days of being placed in line, but I still didn't receive it. Do they really respect this time frame?
actually your friend's interview notice came in very quickly, faster than usual. NY District is about 5-6 months for turn around on interviews. You live in the Bronx so interview will be at 26 Federal Plaza. Don't worry, it will come.
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Estimated processing times are always as posted on the USCIS website.
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It is about 5 to 6 month in New York. In your situation, you should not call USCIS. Just let it be for a while and you will get your letter. I suggest you hire an immigration attorney to go with you to that interview. Dealing with USCIS may prove to be a daunting task and having an knowledgeable and competent professional by your side may be a problem solver.
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