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Hard to believe. passport office always returns the naturalization certificate alongside the newly issued passport.
You'll need to file for a replacement certificate with USCIS. Go to www.uscis.gov to see the Form needed and the fee to be paid.
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If you want a duplicate naturalization certificate, you will need to file form N-565 with USCIS. If you have your passport, that is evidence of citizenship. Good luck.
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You consult the DOS first and demand the certificate back Ask for a response in writing; Then you make a police report and then you file for a replacement with USCIS with a fee waiver requires
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