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I-29F Birth in the U.S.

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ok this may be a question no one has had before, yes I was born in the united states. but I was born at home and my parents did no get me a birth certificate when I was born so when I was old enough to start looking for a job I needed to have a social security # and to get that I needed a birth certificate. So, I now have a ss number, and I had to apply for a delayed birth registration. so my question to you is, I know I check the box that says born in the united states, but now, for 13.d. (Have you obtain a certificate of naturalization or a certificate of Citizenship in your name?) do I need to say yes to that because I applied for a delayed birth registration?

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You needed the delayed birth registration to get an SSN. So, you now have a US birth record/certificate, yes? You would not have applied for a naturalization/citizenship certificate because you were born in the US. You need a copy of your US Certificate of Delayed Birth or all pages of a US passport to prove your US citizenship.


Link to K-1 instructions for Ciudad Juarez, Mexico > http://travel.state.gov/content/dam/visas/K1/CDJ%20-%20Ciudad%20Juarez.pdf

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You needed the delayed birth registration to get an SSN. So, you now have a US birth record/certificate, yes? You would not have applied for a naturalization/citizenship certificate because you were born in the US. You need a copy of your US Certificate of Delayed Birth or all pages of a US passport to prove your US citizenship.

oh thanks, it is kind of what I was thinking but I just wanted to make sure :) yes on the certificate it says "DELAYED BIRTH REGISTRATION"

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