No one ever has the legal right to insist on an interview for a job.
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I'm not sure why you think you have the right to be interviewed for the position. You may have left on good terms, but I am not sure why you think you might have the right to be rehired. You report no facts that lead me to suspect you have such affirmative rights.
Not legal advice, just my two cents. Consult Oregon counsel if you need legal advice. I practice in Vermont ONLY.
Attorney Taylor is correct. You have not explained why you believe that you are entitled to an interview. You also have not indicated that they chose not to interview you for any unlawful purpose. An employer can choose who to hire and who to interview for any reason or no reason at all.