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kdavid  
#1 Posted : Thursday, March 18, 2021 1:23:57 PM(UTC)
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My wife filed her naturalization paperwork May 2020. At the time, we had an anticipated completion date of April 2021. Here we are mid-March and we haven't even received her ACS / biometrics appointment yet. I've contacted USCIS for details, but am only getting canned replies in response. We live in southern California.

I know there's no such thing as a guarantee, but I can't see why her case would be denied. Can anyone here provide me with an update on where naturalization processing stands in general post-COVID? Where do we stand realistically with regards to the original case completion date of April 2021? What happens if our case needs to extend beyond this date?

Thanks so much for your help!

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Mike in VT  
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Originally Posted by: kdavid Go to Quoted Post
My wife filed her naturalization paperwork May 2020. At the time, we had an anticipated completion date of April 2021. Here we are mid-March and we haven't even received her ACS / biometrics appointment yet. I've contacted USCIS for details, but am only getting canned replies in response. We live in southern California.

I know there's no such thing as a guarantee, but I can't see why her case would be denied. Can anyone here provide me with an update on where naturalization processing stands in general post-COVID? Where do we stand realistically with regards to the original case completion date of April 2021? What happens if our case needs to extend beyond this date?

Thanks so much for your help!


This is not the best place for this question. I would contact USCIS for assistance with your case.
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