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Everything you need to know about Form N - 565
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  • November 10, 2022

Everything you need to know about Form N-565?

Form N-565 is used by naturalized U.S. citizens and permanent residents to obtain a new or replacement Certificate of Naturalization or Certificate of Citizenship. Form N-565 is also used by certain individuals to obtain a new or replacement Certificate of Citizenship. The immigration attorneys in Los Angeles can help you file Form N-565.

Who Needs to Use Form N-565?

As per expert  immigration attorneys in Los Angeles,  the following need to use Form N-565: If you are a naturalized U.S. citizen and need to obtain a new or replacement Certificate of Naturalization, you will need to use Form N-565. 

If you are a permanent resident and need to obtain a new or replacement Certificate of Citizenship, you will need to use Form N-565.

How to Get Form N-565?

The form is available on the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) website.

What is the Purpose of Form N-565?

The purpose of Form N-565 is to obtain a new or replacement Certificate of Naturalization or Certificate of Citizenship.

What Happens After I Submit Form N-565?

Once you have submitted Form N-565, USCIS will review your application and supporting documentation. If everything is in order, USCIS will issue you a new or replacement Certificate of Naturalization or Certificate of Citizenship.

If USCIS needs more information from you, they may request that you submit additional documentation or appear for an interview.

What are the Fees for Form N-565?

The filing fee for Form N-565 is $555. If you are requesting a replacement Certificate of Naturalization or Citizenship because it was lost, stolen, or destroyed, there is an additional $555 fee for that request.

Are There Any Exceptions to the Fees for Form N-565?

There are a few exceptions to the fees for Form N-565. If you are 75 years of age or older, you are exempt from the $555 filing fee. If you are requesting a replacement Certificate of Naturalization or Citizenship because it was lost, stolen, or destroyed while you were serving in the U.S. Armed Forces on active duty, or performing qualifying military service, you are also exempt from the fee for that request.

What Happens if I Do Not Pay the Fees for Form N-565?

If you do not pay the fees for Form N-565, your application will not be processed and will be returned to you.

Can I Get a Fee Waiver for Form N-565?

Yes, you may be able to get a fee waiver for Form N-565. If you are unable to pay the fees, you can request a fee waiver by submitting Form I-912, Request for Fee Waiver.

What Happens if I Do Not Include the Required Documentation with Form N-565?

If you do not include the required documentation with Form N-565, your application will not be processed and will be returned to you.

What Happens if I Include False Information on Form N-565?

If you include false information on Form N-565, your application will be denied and you may be subject to criminal penalties.

What Happens if I Do Not Sign Form N-565?

If you do not sign Form N-565, your application will not be processed and will be returned to you.

Will My Information on Form N-565 Be Available to the Public?

No, your information on Form N-565 will not be available to the public.

How Long Will It Take to Process Form N-565?

The processing time for Form N-565 varies depending on the type of request you are making.

If you are requesting a new Certificate of Naturalization, it will take approximately 6 months to process your application.

If you are requesting a replacement Certificate of Naturalization or Citizenship, it will take approximately 4 weeks to process your application.

What Happens if I Need to Correct Something on Form N-565 After I Have Submitted It?

If you need to make a correction to Form N-565 after you have submitted it, you will need to submit a new form with the correct information. Be sure to include an explanation of the correction you are making.

What Happens if I Move After I Submit Form N-565?

If you move after you submit Form N-565, you will need to notify USCIS of your new address. You can do this by submitting Form AR-11, Alien’s Change of Address Card.

If you have questions about Form N-565, you can contact the immigration attorneys in Los Angeles at Di Martino Law Group who can be reached at +1 (213) 632-9849 or [email protected]

 

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