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On number 10 I don't know what to put...

I am from the United States, and I have been here since I was 2. I was born in Germany (My dad was in the U.S. Army). I do not have a certificate of citizenship... But I was not born in the U.S. ... What do I put...? Do I need to pay the 50 dollars to get the copy of the cert. of citizenship? (That might not even exist..) I don't know what I need to do... I need help, that's all I know... I will give more info if it's needed to get some help lol

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Vietnam
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Your US passport proves citizenship


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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Ireland
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Hi,

My fiance and I are were both born in Germany, I reside in Ireland and he is the USC.

He had his birth cert changed, which u can do by filing for a birth abroad cert.

But ur passport is enough proof.

Since u have ur passport then that must have been done for u.

U can find out, send the 50 dollars for the issuance of ur cert.

T

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Your US passport proves citizenship

I'm not trying to prove citizenship... What I am trying to do is figure out what to put on #10 on the I-129F. I don't have a Certificate of Citizenship... and it asks for a number off it... and when it was issued... but I don't have it. Would it cause a problem with the filling if I left the number part blank and just checked the Parents box?

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Vietnam
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Your US passport proves citizenship

I'm not trying to prove citizenship... What I am trying to do is figure out what to put on #10 on the I-129F. I don't have a Certificate of Citizenship... and it asks for a number off it... and when it was issued... but I don't have it. Would it cause a problem with the filling if I left the number part blank and just checked the Parents box?

Just check "Parents". Where it asks "Have you obtained a certificate of citizenship in your name?" check "No". Provide a copy of your entire passport, including blank pages and front and back cover. They only want the certificate number IF you have a certificate. However, it's not mandatory to have a certificate to prove your citizenship.

If you decide you want to get a copy of the CRBA (the FS-240) then send a notarized request and a $30 fee to the Vital Records Section at the State department. If you were born on a US military base then the military hospital probably reported your birth to the local consulate. If you decide you want to get a Certificate of Citizenship then you need to file an N-600 with USCIS.

http://travel.state.gov/law/info/overseas/overseas_703.html

http://www.uscis.gov/portal/site/uscis/men...0004718190aRCRD


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Filed: Other Country: China
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Your US passport proves citizenship

I'm not trying to prove citizenship... What I am trying to do is figure out what to put on #10 on the I-129F. I don't have a Certificate of Citizenship... and it asks for a number off it... and when it was issued... but I don't have it. Would it cause a problem with the filling if I left the number part blank and just checked the Parents box?

Just check "Parents". Where it asks "Have you obtained a certificate of citizenship in your name?" check "No". Provide a copy of your entire passport, including blank pages and front and back cover. They only want the certificate number IF you have a certificate. However, it's not mandatory to have a certificate to prove your citizenship.

If you decide you want to get a copy of the CRBA (the FS-240) then send a notarized request and a $30 fee to the Vital Records Section at the State department. If you were born on a US military base then the military hospital probably reported your birth to the local consulate. If you decide you want to get a Certificate of Citizenship then you need to file an N-600 with USCIS.

http://travel.state.gov/law/info/overseas/overseas_703.html

http://www.uscis.gov/portal/site/uscis/men...0004718190aRCRD

This is correct for the OP's circumstance. Simply check parents and no, then provide a copy of all pages of the US Passport.


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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Ukraine
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Your US passport proves citizenship

I'm not trying to prove citizenship... What I am trying to do is figure out what to put on #10 on the I-129F. I don't have a Certificate of Citizenship... and it asks for a number off it... and when it was issued... but I don't have it. Would it cause a problem with the filling if I left the number part blank and just checked the Parents box?

Leave nothing on the I-129f blank. For number 10 write "None". Provide a copy of all pages of your passport to prove citizenship


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Filed: Other Country: China
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Your US passport proves citizenship

I'm not trying to prove citizenship... What I am trying to do is figure out what to put on #10 on the I-129F. I don't have a Certificate of Citizenship... and it asks for a number off it... and when it was issued... but I don't have it. Would it cause a problem with the filling if I left the number part blank and just checked the Parents box?

Leave nothing on the I-129f blank. For number 10 write "None". Provide a copy of all pages of your passport to prove citizenship

Perhaps I'm being overly pedantic but actually once you've checked "NO" any further questions become "N/A" not "NONE" but either will do. For "certificate number", one could actually type "Passport Copy Enclosed".


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