During the naturalization process is the 'physical presence' requirement (a minimum of 913 days in the U.S. in the 5 years prior to filing) still a factor between approval of an applicant's petition and their taking the oath of citizenship? To put it plainly, will someone who has successfully completed the adjudication of their petition be at risk of denial at the oath ceremony if they subsequently exceed the 'physical presence' threshold, yet maintain 'continuous residence'?
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