being a green card holder for 3 years as well. So i applied. Now i'm scheduled for the interview for N-400, therefore my i-751 is still pending. Does it mean they are going to adjudicate my I-751 at my interview for N-400? Seems like a lot of folks have the same situation.
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They are supposed to, but it doesn't always happen. It is probably worth your while to have an attorney review your case and accompany you to your interview.
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