USCIS continues to make efforts in decreasing the N-400 Naturalization processing delays. Some applicants are waiting more than 2 years for cases to be adjudicated, but USCIS is really making an effort to make things better.
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced today that it continues
to make steady progress in reducing the significant number of naturalization applications it received last year. USCIS now anticipates naturalization application processing will average 10-12 months nationally by the end of September 2008 – a substantial improvement from its estimated average processing time of 16-18 months first announced last year.
According to the press release, San Diego processing times for Citizenship currently stand at 5 months. New York processing times are almost double at 10 months at this time.
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