I would not worry about a government shutdown; worry more about proving your eligibility for naturalization. Seek counsel to help you if you have any questions and to represent you at the interview. Good luck
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Since USCIS operations are funded through filing fees, the possibility of a shutdown having an impact is questionable. I would not be concerned with this, and just keep preparing for your interview and examination.
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Yes, but it will not happen.
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Your pending naturalization case will be completed one way or another, in the meantime, meet with an immigration counsel of your choice to address any issues you deem to be concerning you.
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