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    Naturalization Information for Military Personnel

    Application Processing

    Service members are not charged filing or biometrics fees. Service members should complete the applications stated below to apply for naturalization:

    Form N-400, Application for Naturalization
    Form N-426, Request for Certification of Military or Naval Service (establishes periods of honorable service certified by the military)

    Note: Every military installation should have a designated point-of-contact (POC) to handle your application and certify your Request for Certification of Military or Naval Service (Form N-426). You should inquire through your chain of command to find out who this person is so they can help you with your application packet.

    The designated POC may assist you with the following:

    Certification of Form N-426
    Information about fingerprinting and how to comply with the fingerprinting requirement
    Submitting the N-400 package to the Nebraska Service Center (NSC) at the following address.
    The Nebraska Service Center
    PO Box 87426
    Lincoln, NE 68501-7426

    Once your application is received, the NSC will review the application and send it to the USCIS office closest to your location. If you have a preference as to where you would like to be interviewed, you may provide that information in a cover letter attached to your naturalization packet.

    The USCIS office will set a date to interview you to determine your eligibility for naturalization. If your application for naturalization is approved, USCIS will inform you of the date you can take the oath of allegiance.

    USCIS has established a toll-free "Military Help Line" exclusively for members of the military and their families: 1-877-CIS-4MIL (1-877-247-4645).
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