I agree. However, the fact that you are filing after five years of permanent resident status may also have a favorable impact. Either way, it is best to have a witness in the form of an attorney, who not only helps you with the N-400, but prepares you for the examination in case issues about the marriage arise. Good luck.
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I agree with my colleagues.
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