Yes you should. Also fully review in entirety the instructions
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It would be best to include a copy of both.
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USCIS provides instructions for each form type at www.uscis.gov. The section describing I130 US citizenship proof is written so that there are various documnets that may be provided to prove citizenship, the term "or" is used. So a US passport AND a naturalization certificate is not required for proof of citizenship, although generally applicants do submit both to prove citizenship and identity. Work with an immigration attorney to help be more efficient with correct forms, fees, and evidence for the process.
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