Naturalization not granted: where to look for additional information?

What happens if your application for citizenship is denied?

Once USCIS issues you a citizenship application denial, you can then request a hearing with a different immigration officer. This new immigration officer will then conduct a review of your application. After that, you may be subjected to an additional civics test and English Ability exam.

How do I find old naturalization records?

The naturalization court retained the original and forwarded the duplicate to the U.S. Naturalization Service in Washington, D.C., for filing in USCIS C-Files. You can request a search of USCIS’ comprehensive index to all granted naturalizations since 1906 by submitting a USCIS Genealogy Index Search Request.

Where are US naturalization records kept?

Naturalization records from state or local courts are often at state archives or county historical societies. Naturalization records dated October 1991 and after were created by the Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) and are now with the US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).

What 3 things are required of all applicants for naturalization?

Be of the minimum required age (typically, at least 18) Continuously and physically live in the United States as a green card holder for a certain number of years. Establish residency in the state or U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) district where they intend to apply. Have “good moral character”

What is additional evidence for N-400?

Documents to submit with your N-400 Application for Naturalization

  • Proof of Green Card Holder (Permanent Resident) status. …
  • Your application fee payment. …
  • Proof of your current marital status. …
  • Proof of your identity. …
  • Proof of your military service. …
  • Proof of any medical disability you have. …
  • A fee-reduction application.

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