Naturalization for Miami Consulate

Determine if an ancestor was ever naturalized and, if so, discuss your consulate's requirements for proving this.

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Naturalization for Miami Consulate

Postby jlucarini » Fri Sep 15, 2006 8:36 pm

Does anyone know whether the Miami Consulate accepts the NARA certified documents for proof of naturalization. These documents include everything except the certificate of naturalization itself.
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Postby Anonymous » Tue Sep 26, 2006 8:05 am

Consulates would want to see the Naturalization certificate, or a "no found" letter. The petition and declaration of intent rae nothing in itself, as many immigrants have returned before becoming US citizens.
However, I cannot speak for a consular official, as they have the final word
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Postby mw159 » Tue Oct 10, 2006 8:12 pm

I just faxed a copy of the Petition and of the Oath of Allegiance and asked if these would prove date. The Oath was from the naturalization cerimony in court where father-in-law's father was Naturalized, it had petition granted on one of the lines at bottom with # of petition, and certificate #[/u] also. The petition # on Oath matched the # on Petition to Naturalize.

Miami just replied that they were Ok. I think this means they are accepting them. Oh, The MASS Archive where we got this also cert a letter and gave petition # and Cert # that matched numbers on Oath.

I just emailed Miami and asked to confirm this and check on getting appointment. Wish us Luck!
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Postby Em » Tue Oct 10, 2006 8:17 pm

I do wish you luck, but you won't need it. The Oath is sufficient documentation for many consulates. My son submitted one two months ago, and there was no problem.
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