Was the denial letter (N-335) handed in to you at the interview? Or did you receive it by mail?
Originally Posted by amaga
In terms of what to do next, I suggest that you simply re-file a new N-400 now. By now you must have satisfied the 3 months state/district residency requirement, so there would be no problem in this regard with a new N-400. An appeal of the denial is more expensive, more lengthy and less certain in terms of the outcome than filing a new N-400.
N-400 [Chicago office, via Nebraska Service Cntr]
Rec'd date: 12/06/2006
FP notice date: 12/20/2006
FP taken (Indianapolis): 01/11/2007
2nd FP notice 09/09/2008
2ndFP taken (Indianapolis) 09/26/2008
Interview letter 01/24/2009
Interview 03/26/2009 (completed)
Oath letter rec'd 04/29/09
Oath date 05/14/09 (completed)
U.S. pssprt applied and rec'd (Chicago pssprt agency) 05/22/2009
I am not a lawyer. Anything I say here is my personal opinion and should not be viewed as legal advice.