When seeking dual citizenship,
it is required that your ancestor did not become a naturalized US Citizen
before the birth of his/her son or daughter through whom you are
inheriting the citizenship.
If your ancestor did become a naturalized US Citizen, you will need to obtain your ancestor's Naturalization Documents, which will include: a Certificate of Naturalization, a Petition for Naturalization, and in some cases a Declaration of Intention. These Naturalization Documents come directly from the U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services (USCIS), the National Archives (NARA), and/or the local County/Circuit Courthouse.
In the event that your ancestor did not become a naturalized US Citizen, then you will need to obtain the required Official Statements of “No Records” from the following agencies: USCIS, NARA, and the local County/Circuit Courthouse, as well as a Certified US Census Report from NARA.
NOTE: Ancestors naturalized before July 1st 1912 cannot transmit citizenship (Law n. 555 of June 13, 1912)
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