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Any N-400 has filed or will file WOM due to no Interview?

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Posted by TheCalifornian (731) 03 May 2017#1
Any one who successfully filed WOM in regard to extended wait for N-400 naturalization either to get an interview or get an oath letter, your feedback is highly appreciated, including time frame, recommendation for attorneys and cost.
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Posted by cashwindows (1) 22 Jun 2017#2
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We've filed a WOM for my wife's N400 after we've been put on over 9 months of wait after interview in 2013. We did have success of getting the case approved and moving in line for oath ceremony. The attorney fee was $2500 and it should be the same even now. My best advice is to hire an experienced attorney. All the best!
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Posted by TheCalifornian (731) 22 Jun 2017#3

We've filed a WOM for my wife's N400 after we've been put on over 9 months of wait after interview in 2013. We did have success of getting the case approved and moving in line for oath ceremony. The attorney fee was $2500 and it should be the same even now. My best advice is to hire an experienced attorney. All the best!

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Thank you for your input. So it was a case after interview, not before interview? Any insights what was the hold up specially passing and being interviewed should confirm no security checks clearance. What was your field office?

Thanks allot.
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