How Long Should I Wait For The U.S Citizenship Interview?
In today’s blog update, we bring to your notice about the waiting time for US citizenship interviews.
The most significant factor in determining your wait time depends on which USCIS field office handles your case.
Unfortunately, there isn’t a fixed answer to this query. The waiting duration from the time of your naturalization application submission to become a U.S. citizen until the time you are sent your interview ranges dramatically.
The most significant element in determining your wait time depends on which USCIS field office is assigned to you. The field office handling your case is set according to your zip code.
For instance, the El Paso, Texas, service center takes around 13 months to process the N-400, while the Los Angeles service center takes approximately 16 months. At present, the average is around 14 months.
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