Certification Non-Existence of a Record

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Certification Non-Existence of a Record

Postby yogido » 16 Sep 2009, 15:49

Hello
Any help is appreciated.

Recently received notification on search of records not found.

Is there a form to fill out from the USCIS, to obtain certification
of non-existence of a record?

Any best way to word the letter? Reference the case number sent
from the USCIS?

Hopeful here to obtain dual-citizenship.

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Re: Certification Non-Existence of a Record

Postby mler » 16 Sep 2009, 21:46

Check with www.italiancitizenship.freeforums.org I believe some of the posters there have gone the "no record" route.

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Re: Certification Non-Existence of a Record

Postby yogido » 16 Sep 2009, 23:04

Thank you.

I will try it.

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Re: Certification Non-Existence of a Record

Postby taxi55 » 20 Sep 2009, 20:08

Not sure if this is what you're looking for. I recently received a No Records Found from USCIS. Within that letter, they provided detailed information on how to obtain the Certification of Non-Existance of Naturalization Records.

They advised me to write to the following address (and include a copy of their No Records Found Letter.):

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services
ATTN: Records Operations Branch
1200 First Street NE
Washington, D.C. 20529-2204

Hope this helps. I am also looking in to Dual Citizenship - good luck with yours!

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Looking for family history in: Baiano, Avella, Stigliano and Craco.
Names researching: Acierno, Rienzi, Guariglia, Cantasano, Mormando, Benedetto, Seccafico, Napolitano, Belladoni, Fiordilisi.

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Re: Certification Non-Existence of a Record

Postby yogido » 21 Sep 2009, 16:52

Grazie Sophia

That is what I am looking for. Your help and from others on this
board allowed me to do more research.

When I received my letter it didn't mentioned as yours did to write
to a particular address.

I will take your advice and from others I received; by sending copies of
the No records found letter and a copy of the certified letter I got from
the State of Colorado which used the same search criteria as
that for the USCIS. Most probably be sending the letter off this week
after making sure its worded properly.

Hopefully that will speed the process up with USCIS.

I am reticent in some ways to list the purpose of why I am
seeking the Certified letter.

Please let us know how your search goes.

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Re: Certification Non-Existence of a Record

Postby PeterTimber » 21 Sep 2009, 17:52

Tell them you need it as soo as possible since you are seeking to trace family medical knowledge concerning certain inherent diseases that might develop during pregnancy. =Peter=
~Peter~

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Re: Certification Non-Existence of a Record

Postby Mulé » 01 Dec 2009, 19:27

PeterTimber wrote:Tell them you need it as soon as possible since you are seeking to trace family medical knowledge concerning certain inherent diseases that might develop during pregnancy. =Peter=

That is the best angle yet, I wish I would have seen this post before sending off my letter. ;)


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