It’s time to talk about naturalization: acquiring U. You are waiting out this process together as husband and wife.
But the USCIS does have 120 days (4 months) to issue a decision, so don’t get too concerned if you don’t hear from them right away. Here are just a few helpful hints for the ceremony, but remember things can vary a little (depending on how many applicants there are, the specific venue, your location, etc.).*There will probably be two lines going into the venue: one for the applicants and the other for the applicant’s family/friends.*The applicant will see an agent to make sure the details are correct on the certificate of citizenship.
She’ll surrender her green card and will receive the certificate the ceremony.*Be prepared for a significant wait.
You are (hopefully) just months away from being finished with this process for good–no more USCIS red tape! Go to the government page, read the instructions, and download the form.
Fill it out and send it in along with the fee and anything else that is required.
The typical Filipina will have no trouble with this interview as long as she’s studied.
Her English proficiency will be more than enough to satisfy the language requirements, and the civics portion is not difficult.
Here are a few of the steps I have already discussed in previous posts: visa is a little different, but steps 2-5 are part of everyone’s immigration who comes to the USA to be with his/her fiancee/spouse. You may be planning to move, expecting a baby, or other events that would make the timing less than idea.
Here are the requirements, straight from the USCIS Website: Should you apply as soon as she is allowed? By this time she’ll have her 10-year visa, so there’s not necessarily a rush.
It is a human feeling that cuts through ethnicities, sects and generations.
Most recently, foreigners have been touring in Asia with the Philippines as one of their destinations.
The interview itself usually happens within 5-6 months of the initial application.