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1 Answers. Asked on Jan 04th, 2013 on Immigration - California
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Can I submit my divorce certificate instead of divorce decree for naturalization?
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David Troy Cox at Cox Esq
Licenced in MO
Answered on Jan 04th, 2013 at 6:21 PM

Whether you are divorced or married is not relevant during naturalization proceedings.  There is no need to prove you are divorced (if you are).  In any case, you could rely on the certificate.  Sometimes they ask for additional information and they may ask for the decree, in which case you will have to provide that too.

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