N400 citizenship application

Ok 120 days pass after my citizenship test I went to the local immigration office and I talk to the immigration officer about my application she told me my application will be approve that she will send me a oath letter but 10 days pass ando have nothing when I check online said supervisor review how long will take for them to send me my oath letter

Houston, TX -

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Carl Michael Shusterman

Carl Michael Shusterman

Immigration Attorney - Los Angeles, CA

Be patient unless you are in a rush to obtain your citizenship. If so, schedule an InfoPass appointment or sue the USCIS in Federal Court.

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Alexander Joseph Segal

Alexander Joseph Segal

Immigration Attorney - New York, NY

You have several options: 1. Go back again and inquire. Every time you do, you slow down the process. 2. Be patient some time longer. 3. Pay a visit to your local Congressional representative and complain. 4. Hire an attorney. 5. File a complaint with the DIstrict Judge. 6. Hire an attorney and file a complaint with the District Judge with the attorney's assistance. You decide.

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Alfredo Lozano

Alfredo Lozano

Immigration Attorney - San Antonio, TX

Mr. Shusterman is correct, a little patience will help. It normally takes about 30-40 days to receive an oath ceremony.

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