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Biometrics needed after N-400 interview. Normal?

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Hi,

I just got done with my N-400 today and it was approved. The officer who interviewed me told me that I needed to wait for oath ceremony letter. After waiting for about 30 min, he came back and told me that my biometrics from last year will be expired before my oath ceremony (I didn't do biometrics for my N-400).

He said that he will schedule me for fingerprinting before the oath ceremony. Is this normal?

He also said that he already scheduled me for fingerprinting, but he didn't give me the letter for biometrics. Is this normal? Is the biometrics letter (after N-400 interview) usually delivered by mail instead of the same day after the interview? Is the oath ceremony letter also usually delivered by mail?

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