San Diego Citizenship Attorney – San Diego Naturalization Ceremonies

As a service to our readers we publish local ceremony dates. If USCIS approves your application for naturalization, you must attend a ceremony and take the Oath of Allegiance to the United States. USCIS will notify you by mail of the time and date of your ceremony.

The notice USCIS sends you is called the “Notice of Naturalization Oath Ceremony” (Form N-445). In some cases, USCIS may give you the option to take the Oath on the same day as your interview. If you decide to take a “same day” oath, USCIS will ask you to come back to the office later that day. At this time, you will take the Oath and receive your Certificate of Naturalization.

If you cannot go to the oath ceremony, you should return the “Notice of Naturalization Oath Ceremony” (Form N-445) that USCIS sent to you. You should send the N-445 back to your local office. Include a letter saying why you cannot go to the ceremony. Make a copy of the notice and your letter before you send them to USCIS. Your local office will reschedule you and send you a new “Notice of Naturalization Oath Ceremony” (Form N-445) to tell you when your ceremony will be.

SEPTEMBER 17, 2010
OCTOBER 20, 2010
NOVEMBER 17, 2010
DECEMBER 16, 2010
JANUARY 9, 2011
FEBRUARY 23, 2011
MARCH 23, 2011
APRIL 27, 2011
MAY 18, 2011
JUNE 22, 2011
JULY 20, 2011
AUGUST 24, 2011
SEPTEMBER 16, 2011
SEPTEMBER 28, 2011
OCTOBER 19, 2011
NOVEMBER 16, 2011
DECEMBER 14, 2011