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RFE immediately after N-400 Interview?

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Hey all,

 

I had my N-400 Interview today at the San Bernardino, CA office. The interview went well and I had a very friendly officer. I passed the interview but the officer said he couldn’t approve on the spot because he needed to give the pending I-751 to another officer for review. At the start of the interview he told me he wouldn’t need my wife in the interview and that the I-751 wouldn’t be done today and then he did it anyway. At the end of the interview he told my lawyer “im going to try and get him into the oath ceremony for a November” 

 

anyway, after the interview my status updated to “request for initial evidence” on my N-400 application. Anyone familiar with this? What does this mean? I’m hoping a glitch! 

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