I am an American citizen by birth. My children (12 and 10 years) became US citizens and received their US passports. I want to file a form for a certificate of citizenship. We are not living in the States at the time being. I can't file form n-600k as I don't have physical presence in the US after the age of 14 prior to their birth. Form n-600 wants their information as LPR which they are not any more. I also asked the USCIS about the form n 560 which looked adequate but they said there isn't such a form. What should I do? Thank you.
How did your children become U.S. citizens, since you indicated they didn't acquire citizenship at birth through you?
If they have US passports, why do you want something from US CIS?
A passport is the best document to have.
Leave well enough alone.
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U.S. passports is sufficient proof of citizenship. Just wondering why you are seeking the certificate of citizenship?
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You do not need the certificate to prove their status. Why do you want it? Is there a particular reason?
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