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Failed Naturalisation(Einburgerung): Time-lapse before re-applying?

Does anyone know whether there is any prerogative or time requirement to re-apply for an Einburgerung process, if one would fail on the first attempt?
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Re: Failed Naturalisation(Einburgerung): Time-lapse before re-applying?

Uhuhu, what did you do?
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Did you give him those red pebbles?
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Re: Failed Naturalisation(Einburgerung): Time-lapse before re-applying?

50 years?

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Re: Failed Naturalisation(Einburgerung): Time-lapse before re-applying?

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Does anyone know whether there is any prerogative or time requirement to re-apply for an Einburgerung process, if one would fail on the first attempt?
I suppose it depends on the reason they refused you.
Lack of language knowledge or integration can be caught up with, so when you feel you did that you can probably reapply.

Criminal record .... should be swiped clean some day but I don't know if they forget as well (according to law they should).
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Re: Failed Naturalisation(Einburgerung): Time-lapse before re-applying?

In the case of my friend who was refused facilitated naturalization, the Gemeinde (or maybe it was the canton?) gave her a time frame after which she could re-apply. That info was in the rejection letter, IIRC.

No idea if the procedure is similar for regular naturalization, or not.
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Re: Failed Naturalisation(Einburgerung): Time-lapse before re-applying?

The principle is that you have 30 days under public law to appeal à refused naturalisation decision. After that deadline you have to submit a new application. Unless the refusal was, for example, based on not fulfilling a formal requirement of naturalisation, such as minimum residency, as opposed to a material requirement such as integration, you should be able to reapply straight away.
The only circumstance in which I can imagine an authority giving a minimum time frame between the previous application and a possible future application would be if the previous application had been filed before the applicant met the minimum residency requirements.
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Re: Failed Naturalisation(Einburgerung): Time-lapse before re-applying?

if you get rejected by the bouncer trying to enter a club, walking around the block is usually not enough
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