My own Naturalization papers - quick questions

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My own Naturalization papers - quick questions

Postby vanessa1105 » 21 Feb 2011, 07:14

Hi guys,

I have almost all of my paperwork, but had a quick question....

With my own experience, I have the certificate of naturalization when I became a US citizen (I'm originally from Peru), the one that looks like an award. For myself would that suffice, or would I still need to order the records?

Thanks in advance,

Vanessa

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Re: My own Naturalization papers - quick questions

Postby johnnyonthespot » 21 Feb 2011, 09:55

My understanding is that the certificate should suffice. The consulate will examine it, photocopy it, and return the original to you immediately.

At which consulate will you be submitting your application?
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Re: My own Naturalization papers - quick questions

Postby vanessa1105 » 21 Feb 2011, 19:46

I will be applying through the NY consulate in April.


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