Form N-14 is an official document requesting additional information from an applicant to boost the chances of passing the naturalization interview. During the initial interview, applicants answer questions regarding their applications and backgrounds to ensure they meet all the requirements for eligibility, says Avvo. Thereafter, the department of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services may issue a decision to continue the naturalization application.
If an individual fails to submit important documents, such as a certificate of divorce, during the initial interview for naturalization, he may receive a written request to avail the documents. The department provides the applicant with Form N-14, which explains the documents he must provide, says Avvo.
Form N-14 facilitates the accurate determination of the naturalization application, according to USCIS. The department of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services allows 30 days for an applicant to submit the evidence requested. The request includes specific documentation that the department requires, how the applicant may respond, which may be in person during the subsequent interview or by mail, and the duration within which the applicant must reply.
Following the instructions on Form-14 and providing accurate information increase the odds of the department granting the naturalization application. Failure to submit the evidence or documentation allows the department to determine the applicant’s eligibility for naturalization based solely on available evidence, states USCIS.