What is a non-routine application?
We consider your application non-routine if:
- you asked to change your personal information, such as:
- sex or gender identifier
- date of birth
- you missed a:
- we need you to submit extra documents, like:
- residence documents
- we asked you to come to another interview or hearing after you attended your interview
We also consider your citizenship application non-routine if you:
- failed a test
- didn’t meet the language requirements during your interview
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