Re: What purpose does the N-600 serve? Is it necessary for children of naturalized citizens?
- From: mdyoung <member11913@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 01 Mar 2006 02:33:04 +0000
I have looked at the USCIS site and I have read previous posts about
this and still I get no clear absolute answer.
My wife's sister is newly naturalized in the US and she lives with her
American husband and HER 2 kids, both under 18.
She wants to know if she needs the N600 or not. From what I read, the
children automatically become citizens when she did. And they can
apply for US Passports based on that.
So why would one want to pay $255 for a "Certificate of Citizenship"
via the N-600 application? Is there any reason at all to do this, or
is it just to get some certificate?
If the two kids just get their passports and not the N-600, will they
be able to renew without their mom, when their passports expire? I am
just not clear at all on what purpose the N-600 serves.
Any light you can shed on this would be greatly appreciated.
This was posted today on Visa Journey by someone that filed a K-1
"Ok so I got an RFE and they want proof of citizenship. I guess a
passport is not enough. They asked for one of the following:
Certificate of Naturalization
Birth Certificate (Born in US)
US Consular certifying I am a US Citizen
I can't provide any of the that! I was not naturalized, my
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