Re: N-400 Part 7 and Innumerable Border Crossings
Posted by sof on 11/29/10
I am in the same situation. I have gone to Tijuana so many times
these last 5 years, I can't remember them all. Immigration surely
registered my 'short travel' with my resident card. Is there any
way to find the year and month of each travel. I don't have any
personal record that could help remind me.
On 8/03/08, response wrote:
> I believe it is expected that you provide travel dates for trips
> during which there is a record, such as a fliht.
> The objective of this question is to ensure you have not been
> out of the country more than 6 month cumulative time, in the
> last five years, before applying to be a citizen. (a requirement
> that you haven't been out of hte country more than six months.)
> On 4/26/08, g sylvestre wrote:
>> I'm in a similar situation. what response did you get?
>> On 6/28/07, Canadian wrote:
>>> Part 7 of the N-400 form seems relatively straightforward.
>>> Unfortunately, I've lived in Seattle since I was about five
>>> years old (about 20 years now), and have traveled to
>>> Vancouver more times than humanly possible to remember
>>> (somewhere between 5-10 times per year). I had never heard
>>> of this requirement before now, and have never recorded
>>> It is absolutely impossible for me to produce this
>>> information, as it was never recorded. Is there any
>>> Thank you in advance!
>>> For reference, here's the requirement:
>>> Part 7. Time Outside the United States.
>>> (Including Trips to Canada, Mexico and the Caribbean
>>> A) How many total days did you spend outside of the United
>>> States during the past five years?
>>> B) How many trips of 24 hours or more have you taken
>>> of the United States during the past five years?
>>> C) List below all the trips of 24 hours or more that you
>>> have taken outside of the United States since becoming a
>>> Lawful Permanent Resident. Begin with your most recent
>>> If you need more space, use a separate sheet(s) of paper.