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  • US Citizenship (Naturalization) Forms

    pdf.gif N-300, Application to File Declaration of Intention [USCIS Instructions]: DEFor a permanent resident to apply for a Declaration of Intention to become a U.S. citizen. This form is not required for naturalization, but may be required by some states if you wish to conduct certain business with that State. SC
    pdf.gif N-336, Request for a Hearing on a Decision in Naturalization Proceedings [USCIS Instructions]: To request a hearing before an immigration officer on the denial of your Form N-400, Application for Naturalization.
    pdf.gif N-400, Application for Naturalization [USCIS Instructions]: To apply for U.S. citizenship.
    pdf.gif N-426, Request for Certification of Military or Naval Service [USCIS Instructions]: This form is used by an applicant for naturalization to request that the Department of Defense verify the applicant's military or naval service.
    pdf.gif N-470, Application to Preserve Residence for Naturalization Purposes [USCIS Instructions]: For a permanent resident alien who must leave the United States for certain employment purposes and wishes to preserve his or her status as an immigrant in order to pursue naturalization.
    pdf.gif N-565, Application for Replacement Naturalization/Citizenship Document [USCIS Instructions]: To apply for a replacement Declaration of Intention, Naturalization Certificate, Certificate of Citizenship, or Repatriation Certificate, or to apply for a special certificate of naturalization as a U.S. citizen to be recognized by a foreign country.
    pdf.gif N-600, Application for Certificate of Citizenship [USCIS Instructions]: This form is an application for a Certificate of Citizenship.
    pdf.gif N-600K, Application for Citizenship and Issuance of Certificate Under Section 322 [USCIS Instructions]: For a child who regularly resides in a foreign country to claim U.S. citizenship based on the child's parents.
    pdf.gif N-644, Application for Posthumous Citizenship [USCIS Instructions]: Public Law 101-249 provides for the granting of U.S. citizenship to an alien or noncitizen national whose death resulted from injury or disease incurred on active duty with the U.S. armed services during specified periods of military hostilities. Posthumous citizenship is an honorary status commemorating the bravery and sacrifices of these persons; it does not convey any benefits under the Immigration and Nationality Act to any relative of the decedent. If your application is approved, you will be issued a Certificate of Citizenship (N-645) in the name of the decedent. The certificate establishes only that the person is considered to be a citizen of the United States as of the date of his/her death, and is invalid for all other purposes. Note that the current Form N-644 edition has updated instructions regarding eligibility to apply for a Certificate of Posthumous Citizenship. One important change is that persons who die as a result of active-duty service in the U.S. armed services on or after September 11, 2001, have become eligible for U.S. citizenship. For veterans who died several years ago, another important change is the extension of the filing deadline to November 2, 2005. Until further notice, Form N-644 applications submitted on the previous (5/30/91) edition will also be accepted.
    pdf.gif N-648, Medical Certification for Disability Exceptions [USCIS Instructions]: This form is intended for applicants for U.S. citizenship who seek an exception to the English and civics testing requirements for naturalization "because of physical or developmental disability or mental impairment."

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