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How Do I Prove my U.S. Citizenship?

I am a U.S. citizen, how do I show proof of my U.S. citizenship?

In many circumstances, unless you were born in the United States, you will have been issued a certificate of citizenship from the U.S. Department of State or from United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). If an individual acquired U.S....

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Derivative Citizenship

Can I be a U.S. citizen through a parent or parents who became naturalized U.S. citizens?

You might be a citizen of the U.S. if one or both of your parents became naturalized U.S. citizens before you turned 18. This type of citizenship is called “derivative citizenship.” It means that when your parents became...

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Continuous Residence and Physical Presence Requirements for Naturalization

In order for a permanent resident alien to qualify to apply for U.S. Naturalization, there are specific requirements that need to be met. This article discussed two of these requirements, continuous residence and physical presence for citizenship.

 

What is the continuous residence requirement for Naturalization?

All applicants are required to prove...

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U.S. Naturalization

General Eligibility Requirements for U.S. Naturalization

Filing your application with USCIS to become a naturalized U.S. citizen is a very exciting process with the end result of becoming a United States citizen. This article discusses the general requirements and process to become a naturalized U.S. citizen.

Have a U.S. citizen parent? Then you...

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