Naturalization Certificate Definition

The Certificate of U.S. Naturalization or Form N-550 or Form N-570, is a document issued by the United States that proves an individual's U.S. Citizenship through the process of naturalization (a legal process of obtaining a new nationality). The USCIS started issuing Certificates of U.S. Naturalization in 1991 before it was issued by Federal Courts and certain State Courts.

Only those of obtained U.S. Citizenship through the process of naturalization may apply for a Certificate of U.S. Naturalization. To apply for a Naturalization Certificate, one must first apply and become a U.S. citizen.

What is the Different Between a Certificate of Citizenship and a Certificate of Naturalization?

A Certificate of Naturalization and Certificate of Citizenship though similar, are not the same. Both grant their holder full benefits of U.S. Citizenship. However, the application requirements are different.
Those born in the United States you do not need to apply for evidence of Citizenship since their birth certificate is enough proof.

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