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Happy Friday Everyone!

We wonder if anyone can help us. We are in the process of putting together our son's first USA passport application from within the UK. We are going through the website (https://uk.usembassy.gov/u-s-citizen-services/birth/scheduling-appointment-embassy-london-2/) and it states

"Evidence of the parent(s) U.S. citizenship. The U.S. citizen parent(s) must present his/her U.S. passport. If the U.S. citizen parent was naturalized, the original Certificate of Naturalization or Citizenship is required plus 3 photocopies of the document;".

Joanne was naturalised and has a USA passport. Joseph is a USA citizen by birth and also holds a USA passport.

Our question is...Do we definitely need to take Joanne's US Naturalization Certificate to the London Embassy?

If so, we will need to retrieve it from where it is stored in the USA. We are currently living in the UK! Ugh!

Any help would be greatly appreciated!
Best, Joanne and Joseph
 

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If the U.S. citizen parent was naturalized, the original Certificate of Naturalization or Citizenship is required plus 3 photocopies of the document;".


Says it all really ..... you need to provide it.

Just get the certificate couriered over.
 

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Maybe you can just order another online for Joanne, pay a fee and have it couriered to you in UK?
 
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