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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Romania
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Hello again....

This is kind of a complicated question, so I'm attaching an image of the question to better visualize what i'm saying; however, I'll still describe it

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Question 10 on the i129f form reads as follows:

10.My citizenship was acquired through (check one)

birth in the usa naturalization ( i checked this)

If "Yes," give certificate number, date and place it was issued.

I put the number of certificate and location it was issued at

then there is a box that says "parents"

I leave that blank because i already checked the naturalization box, and it said to check only one.

Below the parents box, there is a question that says:

Have you obtained a certificate of citizenship in your name?

Yes, No

(here is my question---I already specified my certificate in the section of the question above, but this question is still under question 10, and technically, yes i do have my own certificate of citizenship, so i wondered if i filled this out too, as if check yes, then it says:)

If "Yes," give certificate number, date and place it was issued.

(And this i have already given above....)

So what to do here? any ideas?

thanks!

also, question 8b----do i put the A number from the certificate where it asks about the A# (if any)?

thanks again!!!


AOS

2009-01-12===> Sent AOS packet via UPS
2009-01-13===> AOS packet received
2009-01-28===> NOA's received in the mail
2009-02-01===> Biometric appt received in the mail
2009-02-06===> Completed biometric appt thru walk-in
2009-02-06===> Applied for expedited AP thru the phone
2009-02-14===> Received AP in the mail
2009-02-11===> Case transferred to CSC
2009-02-23===> EAD received
2009-05-02===> Green card received in the mail, no interview done.

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http://www.usimmigrationsupport.org/citize...ertificate.html

Naturalized Citizens: If you are a naturalized United States citizen, you should request a copy of your Certificate of United States Naturalization. The process of applying for a certificate of citizenship and certificate of naturalization is similar; however, the two documents are not the same. Both documents entitle the holder to full benefits of United States citizenship, including applying for a United States Passport. However, the application requirements are different. Please refer to the Certificate of United States Naturalization application guide for more information.

I'm still not 100% sure I understand your question, but the first space is for the certificate of naturalization, which is probably what you already have (I think it says on the certificate). The second space is for a certificate of citizenship, which is different.


Love timeline:

??? 2003 -------> Started chatting regularly, became good friends

Nov 2004 -------> Fell in love

Jan 2006 -------> Met (in person) for first time

Apr 2008 -------> Wedding

Jun 2008 -------> Closed on house together

K-1 timeline:

Jun 11, 2007 -------> I-129f sent

Mar 20, 2008 -------> Visa in hand

AoS/EAD/AP timeline:

Apr 26, 2008 -------> Wedding

Apr 28, 2008 -------> Filed (forms mailed)

Apr 30, 2008 -------> Forms received by USCIS

May 06, 2008 -------> Cashed check posted to account

May 10, 2008 -------> NOA1 received for EAD, AP, and AoS

May 10, 2008 -------> Biometrics appt date received

May 28, 2008 -------> Biometrics for EAD & AoS

Jun 11, 2008 -------> AoS case transferred to CSC

Jul 05, 2008 -------> AP Approval

Jul 09, 2008 -------> EAD approval

Jul 14, 2008 -------> EAD and AP received

Jul 17, 2008 -------> AoS approved (card production ordered)

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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Romania
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If you have a certificate of naturalization, you won't have a certificate of citizenship.

Excellent! got it!!!

Now, the certificate of naturalization has an A# in it...

do i use this number in the 129f and g325a form?

thanks for the quick replies!


AOS

2009-01-12===> Sent AOS packet via UPS
2009-01-13===> AOS packet received
2009-01-28===> NOA's received in the mail
2009-02-01===> Biometric appt received in the mail
2009-02-06===> Completed biometric appt thru walk-in
2009-02-06===> Applied for expedited AP thru the phone
2009-02-14===> Received AP in the mail
2009-02-11===> Case transferred to CSC
2009-02-23===> EAD received
2009-05-02===> Green card received in the mail, no interview done.

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If you have a certificate of naturalization, you won't have a certificate of citizenship.

Excellent! got it!!!

Now, the certificate of naturalization has an A# in it...

do i use this number in the 129f and g325a form?

thanks for the quick replies!

In the places that refer to yourself, your fiance will eventually get an A number too. But likely wont have one yet.


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Hello again....

This is kind of a complicated question, so I'm attaching an image of the question to better visualize what i'm saying; however, I'll still describe it

129fq10.png

Question 10 on the i129f form reads as follows:

10.My citizenship was acquired through (check one)

birth in the usa naturalization ( i checked this)

If "Yes," give certificate number, date and place it was issued.

I put the number of certificate and location it was issued at

then there is a box that says "parents"

I leave that blank because i already checked the naturalization box, and it said to check only one.

Below the parents box, there is a question that says:

Have you obtained a certificate of citizenship in your name?

Yes, No

(here is my question---I already specified my certificate in the section of the question above, but this question is still under question 10, and technically, yes i do have my own certificate of citizenship, so i wondered if i filled this out too, as if check yes, then it says:)

If "Yes," give certificate number, date and place it was issued.

(And this i have already given above....)

So what to do here? any ideas?

thanks!

also, question 8b----do i put the A number from the certificate where it asks about the A# (if any)?

thanks again!!!

Your question is a bit confusing....did you attain your citizenship on your own (you were 18yrs old and took the naturalization oath) or were you a minor and naturalized w/ your parents?

If the former is true, then they way you have filled out the form is correct, but if the latter is the case, then you should answer on Q10 that your citizenship was aquired through parents, and on Q11 you would say that yes, (you have a certificate in your name) and put that number there.

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