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Nusach Sfard, Eidot Hamizrach, and also the Israeli Nusach Ashkenaz include a second barchu both at Shacharit and Maariv. In Nusach Sfard (and Eidot Hamizrach), it is said after the kaddish right before Aleinu. In Nusach Ashkenaz it is said at the very end of davening, after the final kaddish. Source: i've gone to shuls of all 3 nuschaot. As for why no ...
Tashlumin always has to be after an ordinary obligatory prayer, so in your case in order to say the Tashlumin she would have to Daven Maariv first and then say the Tashlumin. (Halichot Shelomo Tefillah chapter 13 footnote יא)
Rav Shlomo Zalman Auerbach is quoted in the sefer Halichos Shlomo (Hilchos Teffilah chapter 13- siman 12) saying that one who finishes his Shmona Esrei and has taken his three steps back should stand in place and not move his feet until the Shaliach Tzibbur had begun Kaddish. In the explanation below (#19) he explains that the reason for this is different ...
There is no requirement to take three steps forward at the end of any shmoneh esrei prayer, whether that be shacharit, mincha, or ma'ariv. There is a halacha that one should take three steps forward for the beginning of kedusha. Of course, this is not applicable to ma'ariv.
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