After you fill out your OSC and copy your documents, turn the form into the clerk.
The clerk will send the form to the judge. Depending on what borough you live in, you may be sent to a courtroom, told to wait in the clerk’s office, or told to come back at another time.
The judge will read your OSC and decide whether you have presented good reasons to give you a new hearing. The judge may approve or deny it. The judge may also refuse to sign the OSC but not deny it, or suggest that you withdraw it and come back after you’ve received the marshal’s notice.