Risks are different for each case. We cannot answer such questions hypothetically.
Dhenu Savla, Esq.
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Do consult an experienced immigration attorney for specific information on your case. Good luck.
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No, it is not wise. Doing so could result in you missing a swearing in ceremony, or worse getting the N-400 denied because USCIS requested information.
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