How do you guys get the naturalization papers/records?

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How do you guys get the naturalization papers/records?

Postby cursio » 10 Jan 2006, 08:37

I know the dates of the naturilization and the names of course,how do you guys do it.
Tell me the exact thing you do which works goood
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Re: How do you guys get the naturalization papers/records?

Postby VaDeb » 10 Jan 2006, 10:14

You have to determine what court performed the naturalization. Then find out where they store or archive their records for that date. Find out the procedure to get access to the records.

The regional NARA branches are depositories for some records.
http://www.archives.gov/genealogy/naturalization/

There are many books written on this subject and the question can not be fairly ansewered in this short space.

Here is one book on the subject:

Guide to Naturalization Records of the United States (Hardcover)
by Christina K. Schaefer

Check your library or search on amazon.com for others.
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