To begin the process of naturalization, you must first obtain a green card. You must have held the green card and been physically in the U.S. for a certain period of time to become a citizen through naturalization.
There are four ways to obtain U.S. Citizenship: birth in the U.S., birth to U.S. citizen parents, naturalization, and citizenship or naturalization of parents after obtaining a green card.
Citizenship certificates are only issued inside of the U.S. by USCIS offices. Anyone who can claim U.S. citizenship can apply for a citizenship certificate.
If you have misplaced your citizenship certificate, the USCIS Form N-565 is used to apply for a replacement citizenship certificate.
If you have misplaced your naturalization certificate, the USCIS Form N-565 is used to apply for a replacement naturalization certificate.
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