I had oath ceremony. I received the certificate of naturalization. Unfortunately, I checked it next day that my marital status was written as single Instead of married. I had to apply for N565. I have 1 Question. May I apply for US Passport, eventhough the certificate of naturalization certificate is incorrect?
If it is merely a typo made by USCIS, you should still be able to qualify for a passport - you became a citizen the moment you were sworn in. The certificate is merely one form of proof of citizenship. A U.S. passport is another form of proof. I would take a copy of your certificate that has the typographical error, a copy of your N565 and a copy of the receipt notice for the N565 with me to the passport office when you apply. You should not have any problems. Best of luck to you and congratulations on your citizenship.
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