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Old 2nd September 2019, 04:05 PM
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Where is the tricky? Current passport and birth certificate and a US mailing address and a day at the closest Social Security Office.
On the page that comes up when you click on the Foreign Born US Citizen button, note the items under Age and Identity. It may turn out not to be necessary, but I would bring along a copy of whatever documents the OP used in applying for their original US passport (i.e. proof of US nationality), and something to "prove" that they have never lived in the US (they mention school records, employment i.d. card, etc.).

Depending on the OPs country of birth and residence, it might also be a good idea to provide a translation of any documents not in English or Spanish. (Including the original birth certificate.)

The better prepared you are, the less likely there will be any hiccups in the process. But not having a Consular Report of Birth Abroad could throw the person you're interviewing with. The Social Security office is generally quite a bit easier to work with than many other government offices, but being well prepared and making their work a little easier can make the interview process go much, much more smoothly.

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