What documents do I need to send with N400?
Documents to submit with your N-400 Application for Naturalization
- Proof of Green Card Holder (Permanent Resident) status.
- Your application fee payment.
- Proof of your current marital status.
- Proof of your identity.
- Proof of your military service.
- Proof of any medical disability you have.
- A fee-reduction application.
What address do I send my N400 form?
Regular Mail: If you are sending your N-400 via US Post Office (USPS), send your N-400 to: USCIS. P.O. Box 21251. Phoenix, AZ 85036.
How much does it cost to apply for citizenship in 2021?
The current filing fee to apply for U.S. citizenship is $725. This includes $640 for the Form N-400(Application for Naturalization) processing fee and $85 for the biometrics fee. This filing fee is non-refundable regardless of USCIS accepting or rejecting your application.
How much is the fee for citizenship?
$640. (Add the $85 biometric fee for a total of $725, where applicable. See exceptions below.)
What is the waiting time for citizenship application?
The average processing time for citizenship (naturalization) applications is 8 months as of May 31, 2020. However, that’s just how long it takes USCIS to process Form N-400. The entire naturalization process has several steps and takes an average of 15 months.
How to fill out the N-400 citizenship interview?
Learn how to fill out the N-400 form. During your citizenship interview, the USCIS officer will ask lots of questions. Many of the questions will be about the information you wrote on your N-400 form. You may have practiced how to answer the questions. But do you really understand the words in the questions?
Where can I find the N-400 form?
The N-400 form comes with official instructions. You can view or download the N-400 instructions as a pdf . The instructions do not explain all the words, but they do explain some of the terms in the form, such as “Asian” or “Alaska Native”.
What are the questions in Section 12 of the N-400?
Here is an example: one question in Section 12 asks, “Have you ever been convicted of a crime or offense?” If you answered “no” on your form, the interviewer may ask you, “What is a crime ?” or “What does convicted mean?” You will want to explain in English that a crime is an action that can be punished by law.
How to understand the N-400 questions in English?
You can search for a term or click on the letter your word begins with. This dictionary was made for people learning English. It is easy to use and explains words in simple terms. Type or paste any word or even long texts into Google Translate and select the language you want. It works better for some languages than others.