Where do I send my application for naturalization?

Where do I send my application for naturalization?

USCIS Lockbox Facility USCIS, P.O. Box 21251, Phoenix, AZ 85036. Courier and Express Mail Deliveries, Attn: N400, 1820 E Skyharbor Circle S Floor 1, Phoenix, AZ 85034.

What documents do I need to submit with n600?

What documents are required for the N-600 application?

  • Your birth certificate.
  • Your parent’s birth certificate.
  • Proof of your parent’s U.S. citizenship.
  • Parents’ marriage certificate (and divorce documents if applicable)
  • Children born out of wedlock may need to show legitimation.

How long does it take to get N-600 approved?

9 to 14 months
After filing Form N-600, Application for Certificate of Citizenship, your N-600 processing time can take anywhere from 9 to 14 months. This is an approximation. It may be shorter for some and longer for others. In some cases, USCIS will make a request for additional information or even schedule an additional interview.

What is Form N-600 used for?

Form N-600, Application for Certificate of Citizenship, is filed to obtain a Certificate of Citizenship which serves as evidence of your or your child’s U.S. citizenship. You may file Form N-600 if you were born abroad and are claiming U.S. citizenship at birth through your parents.

What is the difference between N-600 and N 600K?

Form N-600 is used to obtain a certificate that evidences the date a person became a U.S. citizen. Form N-600K is filed by a qualifying applicant to establish citizenship through a U.S. citizen parent when the child applicant will be regularly residing outside the United States.

How can I get citizenship fast?

The fastest way to get a US green card is through sponsorship from an immediate relative. Unlike other permanent resident visa categories, the IR visa is not subject to quotas or lengthy waiting periods. You are eligible for this visa if you are a spouse, child under 21, or parent of a current US citizen.

Where do I go to file Form n-600?

How and Where to Submit Form N-600? When it comes to submitting your Form N-600, you can do it online by filing an electronic application, or you may do it by mail, using a standard paper application. Online applications are most recommended, particularly for those that are applying outside of the US.

What happens if USCIS rejects form n-600?

Filing your Form N-600 by mail Complete all sections of the form. We will reject the form if these fields are missing: Check only ONE box in Part 1. If you check multiple boxes in Part 1, USCIS will reject your Form N-600 and return it to you for correction and re-filing. Your signature as the applicant.

How old do you have to be to apply for USCIS n-600?

If you are 18 years of age or older, you may appear for your N-600 interview without your U.S. citizen parent. If you are under 18 years of age, you must appear for the interview with your U.S. citizen parent unless USCIS has waived your parent’s appearance per 8 CFR section 341.2. What happens if USCIS approves my Form N-600?

Do you need a cosigner for the n-600?

No cosigner required. No prepayment penalty. The N-600 is a very efficient way for you to get your citizenship – in case your parents are already citizens of the United States. You just have to ensure that you follow all the steps properly – because you might only get one chance.