Form N-600 Law and Legal Definition
Form N-600 is an application for a Certificate of Citizenship. Form N-600 can be filed by any individual claiming to have acquired or derived U.S. citizenship through a U.S. citizen parent. In case of adopted or biological child, under 18 years, qualifying for citizenship under section 320 of the Immigration and Nationality Act, the application must be filed by U.S. citizen parent or legal guardian.
Form N-600 is to be submitted to the local U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) district office or suboffice. It is to be noted that applicants filing N-600s who reside in Maryland must file the application at the Vermont Service Center.
The following is an example of a federal regulation on Form N-600
8 CFR 341.1. Application.
Form N-600: An application for a certificate of citizenship by or in behalf of a person who claims to have acquired United States citizenship under section 309(c) or to have acquired or derived United States citizenship as specified in section 341 of the Act shall be submitted on Form N-600 in accordance with the instructions thereon, accompanied by the fee specified in § 103.7(b)(1) of this chapter. The application shall be supported by documentary and other evidence essential to establish the claimed citizenship, such as birth, adoption, marriage, death, and divorce certificates.
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