Yes, it's possible. Just don't miss your appointments. I wouldn't recommend it, though.
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Yes, you are free to travel outside the U.S.
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Applicants for naturalization can travel while their applications are pending. The applicant must still comply with residency requirements. In such a situation, the applicant must update the Form N-400 with the dates of travel and countries visited at the time of the interview.
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