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USCIS Centralizes Initial Naturalization Application Processing
Change to Increase Efficiency and Improve Customer Service
WASHINGTON – U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced today it has centralized initial processing of all applications for naturalization (Form-400) at its National Benefits Center in Missouri. This change is part of the USCIS initiative to increase the efficiency of case management and improve customer service.
All military naturalization applicants filing under the provisions of Section 328 or 329, regardless of geographic location or jurisdiction, should continue to file at the following address:
Last Reviewed/Updated: 06/05/2008