Expedite N400 for oath ceremony.
Asked 20 minutes ago - Cortland, NY
N-400 Naturalization US Citizenship USCIS
I passed my interview on 10/02/2013 and I didn't get a letter for oath ceremony. My mom is very sick and needs one one help and I need to go abroad to help my mom as soon as I got my oath ceremony and also my husband will go for a sabbatical in early December . Can I write for expedite request? How should I write and what should I include? Will they accept or should
You have certain options including requesting an earlier old ceremony dates. I would make an info pass appointment going in and speak to an information officer and he can explain to them the reasons why you would like an old ceremony earlier and I would bring the documentation regarding your mothers illness. If you can't still get next bedizen ceremony I would speak to an attorney to assist you in this matter
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As my colleague suggested, you can schedule an infopass and explain your situation. If they are not willing to schedule you to take the oath asap, then travel with your green card (make sure you let them know you will be away). Good luck!
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As my colleagues pointed out ... you can go to an InfoPass and ask.
Be sure to have a doctor's letter proving that your mom is super-sick.
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