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Despite Multiple DUIS, Approved Naturalization Application for Costa Rican Client with in Cleveland Ohio

by JP Sarmiento on October 2, 2017

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CASE: N-400 (Citizenship / Naturalization)

APPLICANT: Costa Rican

LOCATION: Ohio

Our client contacted us in April 2016 to seek legal representation for her naturalization and citizenship N-400 application. She came to the United States from Costa Rica and obtained her green card in May 2004. She retained our office for her naturalization and citizenship N-400 application. She was concerned about her multiple DUI convictions. She had a clear record though since 2011.

The naturalization and citizenship N-400 application was filed on May 6, 2016 with all supporting documents. Our office prepared her before her naturalization interview, and also accompanied her on December 1, 2016 at the Cleveland CIS office. Our client passed her naturalization and citizenship N-400 interview. However, her N-400 case remained pending due to her former criminal convictions. The USCIS officer asked our client to submit a certified copy of her criminal records once again. We filed the RFE response to the Cleveland USCIS Field Office in June 22, 2017.

Eventually, her naturalization application was approved on September 22, 2017. Her oath taking is scheduled in which she will become a naturalized U.S. Citizen.

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