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    To:Umesh Passi

    Thanks for good valid information
    Keep it up Tose pape'
    Thanks once again

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    There is no doubt children are eligible for Passport. That is good for travel and other benefits. In case, the kids are in a foreign country and Passport is lost, then it will be very difficult for them to get a new passport and prove their Citizenship. It will take lot of time. If when they are grown up and would like to sponsor their spouses then they will need Certificate of Citizenship or they will have to apply for Naturalization. It is always better to get Certificate of Citizenship by filing N-600 because there will always be a record with Immigration Department.
    Good luck.

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    Q? is is it necessary to file N-600 and spend money when you can apply for Passort insted?



    (A child who is eligible for derivative naturalization, however, can simply obtain a certificate in her or his own name proving that he or she is a United States citizen. This certificate, which can be obtained by filing form N-600 with the INS along with the appropriate evidence, is not a prerequisite for obtaining naturalization, but serves as documentation that naturalization has already been acquired. Alternatively, the child can simply apply for a
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    U.S. passport instead of obtaining a certificate
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    of citizenship. Either document is conclusive proof of his or her U.S. citizen status. )

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    Hello
    Kindly read Following

    Q? is is it necessary to file N-600 and spend money when you can apply for Passort insted?



    (A child who is eligible for derivative naturalization, however, can simply obtain a certificate in her or his own name proving that he or she is a United States citizen. This certificate, which can be obtained by filing form N-600 with the INS along with the appropriate evidence, is not a prerequisite for obtaining naturalization, but serves as documentation that naturalization has already been acquired. Alternatively, the child can simply apply for a
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    U.S. passport instead of obtaining a certificate
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    of citizenship. Either document is conclusive proof of his or her U.S. citizen status. )
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