Your name change will not affect it. You will have the ceremony along with everyone else. The ceremony is a judicial proceeding, so you will take care of both issues at the same time.
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In essence you are asking for gossip on general information legal forum. I am not sure we can satisfy this request.
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You heard wrong. With or without the name change, which is free when filing for citizenship, you will attend the oath ceremonies at the same time as everyone else who applied for citizenship.
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Good for you you are actually checking with immigration attorneys rather than relying on random rumors. No, this is not the case.
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