Global Allianz Immigration consultants will prepare and file all the required forms and documents for replacement of citizenship.
Replacement of Naturalization/Citizenship Certificate Form N-565
Individuals can use form N-565 to apply for a replacement of Naturalization Certificate or Citizenship Certificate. Form N-565 is the application filed to replace either of these types of certificate documents. When applying to replace your certificate of citizenship or naturalization form N-565 must be used. This is the official form for replacing your certificate of citizenship or naturalization. Once the application is complete it is to be filed with the local USCIS office, which has jurisdiction over your place of residence.
A Certificate of Naturalization is a document issued by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS) and the Federal Courts or certain State Courts on or before September of 1991, as proof of a person obtaining U.S. citizenship through naturalization, which is a legal process of obtaining a new nationality.
A Certificate of Citizenship is a document issued by USCIS as proof of a person having obtained U.S. Citizenship through birth parents being U.S. citizens, even though the birth took place somewhere other than the U.S. Or, your parents became naturalized when you were under 18 years of age and have met the special conditions of the law.
Filing of Form N-565 Replacement of Naturalization/Citizenship Certificate
If the original certificate has been lost, destroyed or stolen then individuals can apply for a replacement of naturalization/citizenship certificate. In case if the current information is outdated or incorrect on your original certificate it may be necessary to apply for a new certificate using form N-565. Individuals outside the United States who need to have their naturalization certificate replaced will need to have the form N-565 application filled out and sent to USCIS. If the document has been destroyed, you must submit the destroyed document as well.