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    Default N-400 CAPITAL letters question

    The instructions for N-400 states to "Print clearly or type your answers
    using CAPITAL letters".
    If I read this correctly I should enter all text in Capital, right?
    But when I looked at a sample N-400 form in a book I checked out from my
    public library, "How to Become a
    U.S. Citizen", 4th Edition by Debra R Shpigler, all text was entered with
    just the first letter capitalized.
    A little confused?????




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    Default N-400 CAPITAL letters question


    Originally posted by Coontan Kinte
    The instructions for N-400 states to "Print clearly or type your answers
    using CAPITAL letters".
    If I read this correctly I should enter all text in Capital, right?
    But when I looked at a sample N-400 form in a book I checked out from my
    public library, "How to Become a
    U.S. Citizen", 4th Edition by Debra R Shpigler, all text was entered with
    just the first letter capitalized.
    A little confused?????


    As I understand it and the way I did it is if you're filling out the
    application on the computer itself that is typing it, you use all
    capital letters. And if you're filling out the application with a pen
    then you should print. You can still use capital letters but not
    necessary as long as you print and not write cursive.


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    Default N-400 CAPITAL letters question

    I filled mine out with only first letters in capital. I am now a USC.

    "pcm" <member@british_expats.com> wrote in message
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    Originally posted by Coontan Kinte
    The instructions for N-400 states to "Print clearly or type your answers using CAPITAL letters". If I read this correctly I should enter all text in Capital, right? But when I looked at a sample N-400 form in a book I checked out from my public library, "How to Become a U.S. Citizen", 4th Edition by Debra R Shpigler, all text was entered with just the first letter capitalized. A little confused?????
    As I understand it and the way I did it is if you're filling out the application on the computer itself that is typing it, you use all capital letters. And if you're filling out the application with a pen then you should print. You can still use capital letters but not necessary as long as you print and not write cursive. -- Posted via http://britishexpats.com


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