I lost my Certificate of Citizenship/Naturalization and need it to obtain a passport. How do get a copy of the certificate?
The clerk’s office does not keep or provide Certificates of Citizenship. The
Certificate must be obtained from the United States Citizenship and Immigration
or (800) 870-3676 or (800) 375-5283. The Application for Replacement
Naturalization/Citizenship Document (form number N-565) and instructions for
completing the form are available online.
How do I find information regarding my great, great, grandfather who was naturalized in Indiana?
Naturalization records dated 1929-1991 can be obtained from the National Archives, Great Lakes Region at 7358 South Pulaski Road, Chicago, Illinois, 60629-5898, (773)-948-9001.
Naturalization records dated 1822-1928 can be obtained from the Marion County
Clerk’s Office, Microfilm Library at B-31, City-County Building, 200 E.
Washington Street, Indianapolis, (317) 327-4962.
The United States Postal Service processes passport applications. Passport applications are available at www.usps.com. The Locator link finds the nearest Post Office that accepts passport applications.
The U.S. State Department provides additional information regarding passports at http://travel.state.gov/passport/passport_1738.html.
I’m a naturalized citizen and I would like to change my name. What's the procedure?
Name changes will ONLY be granted if the new citizen attends the naturalization ceremony and completes a Name Change Petition. If the name was not changed on that day, then you must to contact your local county court clerk’s office for the proper procedures and costs.
How do I obtain of
copy of my Name Change Petition?