Do you have issued with some of your religious believes vis. a vis. language of the Oath?
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Private ceremonies are only done in very unusual and exigent circumstances, generally when the applicant is physically incapacitated and unable to attend a regular ceremony. The fact that you want to "speed up" the process so you can petition for your mother is not a sufficient reason. Everyone wants things to go faster then they do.
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You can contact the Federal District Court in Fort Myers and request a private oath ceremony but as my colleagues have stated that is a very subjective decision as USCIS and a Federal Judge would have to both agree to the process. In very specific situation, it has been done but it is a case by case determination.
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