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Both the interview and oath ceremony are on the same day in NJ. You will first complete your interview. When you pass the test and interview, they will tell you to have a seat and they will call you when the oath ceremony is going to start. There are several oath ceremonies a day, but they will give you the oath in the next ceremony after you pass your test that day....which is good because you don't have to wait the entire day.
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