.A.: Can my mom take my citizenship application with her when she goes to Naturalization Ceremony?
My mom is going to Naturalization Ceremony tomorrow. She already completed the application forms for me (16yr old) and my brother (14yr old). The only thing we need is to write her certificate number on our application.
When she goes to the ceremony can she give them our applications and the money?
If not, then do we mail the applications and money to them?
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Answer by tarek a
because an oath ceremony is meant to celebrate new citizens.
better if your mom wait until after she register for voting and apply for a u.s passport..
making the pledge of aligence is a serious matter and is handled by a certain procedural judge. different from those who handle the applications.
She could try calling the office in the morning for the right answer. They may even have the certificate numbers available then.
If the ceremony is too early for her to call from home and get there on time, she could bring them with her. She can always bring them home and send them later, if it turns out that the officials cannot accept them after the ceremony.
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