We present a unification problem based on first- order syntactic unification which ask whether every problem in a schematically-defined sequence of unification problems is unifiable, so called loop unification. Alternatively, our problem may be formulated as a recursive procedure calling first-order syntactic unification on certain bindings occurring in the solved form resulting from unification. Loop unification is closely related to Narrowing as the schematic constructions can be seen as a rewrite rule applied during unification, and primal grammars, as we deal with recursive term constructions. However, loop unifi- cation relaxes the restrictions put on variables as fresh as well as used extra variables may be introduced by rewriting. In this work we consider an important special case, so called semiloop unification. We provide a sufficient condition for unifiability of the entire sequence based on the structure of a sufficiently long initial segment. It remains an open question whether this condition is also necessary for semiloop unification and how it may be extended to loop unification.