I got naturalized based on military recently at Fort Lee, VA.
But i got a letter from charleston, SC requesting for a initial interview Form I-797C (about usa history and govt) to be there on 2 week of July.
Its weired since i did my initial interview and finger print during my basic training while i was at fort Jackson,SC.
I emailed to transfer my file since moved to Fort Lee, VA and eventually I naturalized last week.
Did uscis sent this letter to me by mistake?
Any suggestions for this situation.
Since you already naturalized and issued a Certificate of Naturalization, this is obviously a mistake.
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I agree with other counsel - you're already an American now! You can call USCIS's military help line at 1-877-247-4645 to ask why they sent the second letter, and they might be able to clear up the mistake, but I sincerely doubt your new citizenship is in danger. Congratulations, and we thank you for your service!
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USCIS is processing so many applications they are bound to make a mistake or two. One thing you can do is return the notice to the address listed with a brief note stating that you have already naturalized (give date and location).
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