Do I need to send passport photos for citizenship?

All applicants (with the exception of those living overseas) will no longer need to submit two passport-style photographs along with their application. Instead, USCIS will take your photos when you go to the Application Support Center (ASC) for your biometrics appointment.

What should I bring to my citizenship interview 2021?

Bring the following documents to the appointment:

  • Form I-551, Permanent Resident Card;
  • Appointment notice; and.
  • A second form of identification (driver’s license, passport, or state identification card). Your second form of identification must have your photograph on it.

Why do passports need to be stamped?

Passport stamps are not provided for the enjoyment of travelers, however. They provide proof that someone has entered a country for a set period of time, with most stamps indicating the type of travel, the amount of time the person is permitted to stay, and the date of the stamp.

How do I prepare for my citizenship interview?

The best way to prepare is therefore to make a copy of your completed Form N-400 (and supporting documents) before sending it to USCIS and to review your answers prior to your interview appointment. Keep in mind that you will also take the citizenship exam on the same day.

Why does your passport get stamped?

The new guidance includes: “check your passport is stamped if you enter or exit the Schengen area… as a visitor”. “Border guards will use passport stamps to check you’re complying with the 90-day visa-free limit for short stays in the Schengen area,” it continues.

Do I need to file taxes for citizenship interview?

Your tax returns are very important proof that you are eligible for naturalization. On the day of your interview, bring certified tax returns for the last 5 years (3 years if you are married to a U.S. citizen).

Can a green card holder apply for naturalization?

Green card holders applying for naturalization based on their marriage to a U.S. citizen, for instance, must provide additional documentation, such as a marriage certificate and their spouse’s U.S. passport. Applicants submit the supporting documents at different stages of the naturalization process.

Can I bring a copy of my N-400 to my interview?

IMPORTANT: You are allowed to provide copies of the documents listed below this row with your Form N-400, but it’s generally a good idea to wait and bring them to your interview.

How much does it cost to apply for US citizenship?

For the flat rate of $395, Boundless helps you complete your entire naturalization application, including all supporting documents, independent attorney review, and support from the moment your application is filed until you obtain U.S. citizenship.