8 CFR § 319.11 - Filing of application.
(a)General. An applicant under this part must submit an application for naturalization in accordance with the form instructions with the fee required by 8 CFR 103.7(b)(1). An alien spouse applying for naturalization under section 319(b) of the Act who is described in 8 CFR 319.2 must also submit a statement of intent containing the following information about the citizen spouse's employment and future intent:
(1) The name of the employer and:
(i) The nature of the employer's business; or
(ii) The ministerial, religious, or missionary activity in which the employer is engaged;
(2) Whether the employing entity is owned in whole or in part by United States interests;
(3) Whether the employing entity is engaged in whole or in part in the development of the foreign trade and commerce of the United States;
(4) The nature of the activity in which the citizen spouse is engaged;
(5) The anticipated period of employment abroad;
(6) Whether the alien spouse intends to reside abroad with the citizen spouse; and,
(7) Whether the alien spouse intends to take up residence within the United States immediately upon the termination of such employment abroad of the citizen spouse.
(b)Applications by military spouses -
(2)Government expense. In the event that transportation expenses abroad for the alien spouse are to be paid by military authorities, a properly executed Certificate of Overseas Assignment to Support Application to File Petition for Naturalization, DD Form 1278 will be submitted in lieu of the statement of intent required by paragraph (a) of this section. Any DD Form 1278 issued more than 90 days in advance of departure is unacceptable for purposes of this section.
(3)Private expense. In the event that the alien spouse is not authorized to travel abroad at military expense, the alien spouse must submit in lieu of the statement of intent required by paragraph (a) of this section:
(i) A copy of the citizen spouse's military travel orders,
(ii) A letter from the citizen spouse's commanding officer indicating that the military has no objection to the applicant traveling to and residing in the vicinity of the citizen spouse's new duty station; and
(iii) Evidence of transportation arrangements to the new duty station.