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What information is on the Certificate of Naturalization?

Discussion in 'US Citizenship' started by EastBay_003, Nov 29, 2006.

  1. EastBay_003

    EastBay_003 Registered Users (C)

    Hi,

    What information other than the Name and Date of Naturalization is included in the Certificate ?.

    Is there a site where a sample Certificate can be viewed?.


    Thanks
    EastBay_003
  2. Flydog

    Flydog Registered Users (C)

    Your name, your picture, your signature, the date, a paragraph stating that the secretary of the department of homeland security has evaluated your application and decided that you meet the requirements and that you took the oath of citizenship (more or less).

    There is also a certificate number, and, I think your A# might be on it as well.

    Maybe your birth date?

    Why are you asking?
  3. N400Applier

    N400Applier Registered Users (C)

    Try the following site: http://www.newcitizen.us/after.html

    I don't know how current the information is but will give you an idea as to how the certificate looks.
  4. Triple Citizen

    Triple Citizen Registered Users (C)

    It also has "Former Nationality", though it means nothing if your former country(ies) does not consider the US oath of allegiance as your renounciation of citizenship. In my case, both Pakistan and Canada still consider me their citizen exclusively.

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