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  1. Hi, My spouse and daughter have oath ceremony on April 17th and their India travel is on June 16th. We are planning to apply for US passport immediately on April 17th or 18th in expedited mode, so expecting to get them by the end of April. That will leave us with one and a half month to apply for renunciation of Indian passport and apply for Indian visa. I hope that is more than enough time to do it. I am wondering if we can apply for OCI instead of Indian Visa provided there is an expedited mode for it. I do not find any such information on CKGS web site. FYI, it took almost 2 months to covert PIO to OCI card for my other daughter, who is a Citizen by birth. Appreciate your inputs/advice. Thanks, Mrc
  2. No change in status of my case even now, after close to 3 months. Should I need to enquire with USCIS?
  3. Hello Experts, Case status for my wife and daughter changed within 2-3 days after we all attended for biometrics, but my case status still remain the same. I guess obviously my case needs more scrutiny as I am the primary applicant and they are dependents but curious to know if this is common. FYI, all 3 of us applied on the same day, finger prints were taken on the same day at the same office. Case Status for wife and daughter ************************************** On July 13, 2017, we started the interview scheduling process for your Form N-400, Application for Naturalization , Receipt Number NBC*nnnnnnnnn. We will send you an interview notice Case Status of mine *********************** Fingerprint Appointment Was Scheduled Thanks for taking time to respond - Mrc
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    N-400 - Please advise

    Thanks Joe and Veni!
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    N-400 - Please advise

    Hi Experts, I got my GC in 2009. Though I am eligible by 2014, I delayed applying for Citizenship. I am ready now and filling N-400. Here are my questions. 1. I, my wife, and my eldest daughter are GC holders and my younger one is a citizen by birth. I know that kids get citizenship automatically if parents are citizens, but my daughter is 17 now and will turn 18 in May, 2017. If the process takes an year or two before I get Citizenship, she will be 18 or 19 by the time we take Oath. Can she become a Citizen on the basis of ours or do I need to apply for her separately after she turns 18 in May? 2. I went thoroughly through N-400 and instructions, and confident of applying on my own without needing a lawyer's help. What do you guys think applying on our own? 3. In Section 12, question 23, I am listing 3 traffic violations that I have had in the last 11 years. All of them relatively minor and I paid penalties. I believe that I should list them rather than avoiding them. Please advice. 4. If the approval process is delayed and if I don't get Citizenship by Feb, 2019. Do I need renew my green card while Naturalization process is in progress? Thanks, Mrc