I applied N-400 and no oath letter received yet.

Asked about 1 year ago - San Francisco, CA

I took interview about 2 months ago. and i haven't received my oath letter yet. But my brother got oath letter about one month ago.

I also visited INFOPASS (one month ago) and IO told me that i have to wait because they are scheduling que now. USCIS says wait all the times.

If i write a letter to Senator/congressmen then, do they go over whole application? or do they help to make scheduled for oath letter only?

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  1. Carl Michael Shusterman


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    Answered . Relax. The USCIS is a large organization and has considerable backlogs.

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  2. Aggie Rachel Hoffman

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    Answered . Writing to your Congressman would be a wast of time. While I understand that you are anxious, two months is not a long period in immigration processing. Every office works at a different pace and each jurisiction has its own schedule of oath ceremonies.

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  3. Boris Alexander Palant

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    Answered . Don't do anything for 120 days from the day of the interview. After that schedule infopass. If nothing happens ask your local legislator to write a letter. If nothing happens for a month after that schedule another infopass. If nothing happens file a mandamus action. I am sure something will happen before you resort to the mandamus action for which you will need a lawyer. Infopass and dealing with your senator or congressman can be handled by you without a lawyer.

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