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What happens after Citizenship Test? - Passed Test 

noor4you
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Posted On: 8/12/2014
noor4you
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Citizenship First Application Filed March 2010

Test Feb2013- RQ at the time of test and officer told me that its better to withdraw and apply when i have all supporting documents as I didnt work and didnt had much documents.

Though I have submitted the documents and RQ but later on I have withdrawn the Application in June 2013

Again applied in Jan 2014 recieved RQ in May 2014 eventhough I have sent all the documents with my application, recieved Test Date on 12 Aug 2014- Passed the test 20/20.

Today the officer checked the documents and everything went ok all of a sudden she was confused and told me that I will recieve a letter if they need anything else.

Please suggest what happens in worst cases and the timeline if i am called for a Judge interview.
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Posted On: 8/14/2014
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Hello,

Thank you for sharing your situation and question with us.

You can find some helpful information on the CIC Website in the How long will I wait between my citizenship test and the ceremony? section.

Here is an excerpt,

We will give you the results of your test right after you take it.

If you meet all the requirements for citizenship, including passing the citizenship test, we will invite you to a ceremony to take the oath of citizenship. This ceremony will normally take place within six months after you pass the test.

If you do not pass the exam the first time, you can write it again. If you pass the second time, we will either give you the date or mail you a letter, just like we would have if you have passed the first exam.

If you are asked to attend a hearing with a citizenship officer or a citizenship judge, we will send you a letter after the hearing. This letter will tell you if the officer or the judge has decided to grant you citizenship and, if so, the date of your ceremony.


It you have any additional questions or concerns, you may want to contact the Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) Call Centre directly.

I hope this information is helpful. Please let us know if you have further questions and if there is any follow up to your question/situation.

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Anna
Settlement.Org Content and Information/Referral Specialist, CIRS
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