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 I am struggling with this application for quite some time and i need some help if you have the experience!  SInce my wife and i both naturalized, automatically , by law, our kids (under 16)  who are living with us as legal permanent residents derive the citizenship from us. either parents can apply for the certificate for the kids as citizen . what i need to understand is if that would make a difference if we put both our names on the application or just one of us ( as the US parent) , the reason i am asking this, is because some of the supporting long list of documents are not available for me at the moment to provide but we have them all for my wife ready. on the other hand i am afraid not adding myself to the application, might raise the suspicion that i am not residing with the family or the kid and might encourage them to ask for further documents to clarify that which will make this long process even longer!  i just dont know what to do right now! worse than that is when you call USCIS asking for help about such forms , all the operator can say is ; " sorry we are not able to download the form so we can not go step by step with you on the form! please consult a lawyer!"  total waste of time! no help whatsoever! and they charge you over a $1000 to process that! 

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42 minutes ago, H&T said:

Instead apply for N600, you can apply US passport for the kids( money saving).

you can take a look at this link: https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/passports/requirements/citizenship-evidence.html

I have my own reasons why i am doing this! so i prefer to keep focused on my initial question here instead of discussing why this and why not that!

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34 minutes ago, Dave&Kal said:

I have my own reasons why i am doing this! so i prefer to keep focused on my initial question here instead of discussing why this and why not that!

No one is probably going to be able to help you on this because nobody does it. Why? Because Naturalization certificate < US passport. You seem to be really confused an anxious. USCIS will never help you fill out any forms. Do yourself a favor and just get the passport.

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1 minute ago, ThomasNC1988 said:

No one is probably going to be able to help you on this because nobody does it. Why? Because Naturalization certificate < US passport. You seem to be really confused an anxious. USCIS will never help you fill out any forms. Do yourself a favor and just get the passport.

Like i said, i am not starting to discuss which is better! simply i am trying to find an answer for my question! if you don't have an answer for that, please simply ignore this topic. Thanks.

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