I am a green card holder and planning to file an application for Naturalization in the next month or so. I moved to Houston from Orlando a year ago. I still have a Florida driver license. In the application of N400 says that I should be residing at least 3 months in the state that I am applying from. I can provide a proof that I have rented for a year, will that be enough? what is the USCIS exactly want from me as a proof?
Also, do I need to change my address at the USCIS site from Florida to Texas before I apply for Naturalization or it does not matter since I will be providing the current address in the form of N400?
Please let me know also if hiring the lawyer will expedite my application process versus if I applied by myself?
Thanks in advance.
Yes a lease and bills will establish your residence for the requisite period of time. Consult with an attorney to determine whether hiring would be useful for you.
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