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A Certificate of Naturalization is awarded to a lawful permanent resident upon fulfillment of the requirements outlined by Congress in the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA). As a naturalized citizen of the U.S., your Certificate of Naturalization is proof of your status as a lawful permanent resident and proof that you are entitled to all the rights and responsibilities that accompany citizenship. It is imperative that you have this document. In the event you misplace your Certificate or it becomes damaged beyond legibility, you must apply to replace your Certificate of Naturalization.
WHO IS ELIGIBLE?
Lawful permanent residents of the U.S. who have previously satisfied the residency requirements established by Congress in the Immigration and Nationality Act are eligible to apply for a replacement Certificate of Naturalization if their document become is misplaced, stolen, or becomes significantly damaged.
Becoming a US citizen entails specific rights, duties, and the following benefits: consular protection outside the United States; ability to sponsor relatives living abroad; ability to invest in the US. in real property without triggering additional taxes; transmitting US citizenship to children; protection from deportation and others. U.S. law permits multiple citizenship. A citizen of another country naturalized as a U.S. citizen may retain his previous citizenship