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how are you notified of the appointment date for a second interview?

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 Just a couple general questions-

If someone does not pass on the first citizenship interview, but is eligible for a second interview, how/when are they notified of the second appointment date/time?

Also, if someone fails the exam after a second interview, how soon could one re-apply for naturalization?

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On 10/3/2019 at 11:04 AM, healthteacher said:

 Just a couple general questions-

If someone does not pass on the first citizenship interview, but is eligible for a second interview, how/when are they notified of the second appointment date/time?

Also, if someone fails the exam after a second interview, how soon could one re-apply for naturalization?

To your first question, here's how a "re-examination" is supposed to work, per https://www.uscis.gov/policy-manual/volume-12-part-b-chapter-3

 

D. Subsequent Re-examination

USCIS may schedule an applicant for a subsequent examination (re-examination) to determine the applicant’s eligibility. During the re-examination:

  • The officer reviews any evidence provided by the applicant in a response to a request for evidence issued during or after the initial interview.

  • The officer considers new oral and written testimony and determines whether the applicant meets all of the naturalization eligibility requirements, to include re-testing the applicant on the educational requirements (if necessary).

In general, the re-examination provides the applicant with an opportunity to overcome deficiencies in his or her naturalization application. Where the re-examination is scheduled for failure to meet the educational requirements for naturalization during the initial examination, the subsequent re-examination is scheduled between 60 and 90 days from the initial examination.

 

If the applicant is unable to overcome the deficiencies in his or her naturalization application, the officer denies the naturalization application. 

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