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Ninth. I am able to speak the English language.

Tenth. I have resided continuously in the United States of America for a term of five years at least immediately preceding the date of this petition, to wit, since -- and in the county of

-- this State, continuously next preceding the date of this petition, since ------, being a resident within said county of at least six months next preceding the date of this petition. $

Eleventh. I have not heretofore made petition for citizenship to any court. (I made petition for citizenship to the ------ court of

at .--.-, and the said petition was denied by the said court for the following reasons and causes, to wit,

and the cause of such denial has since been cured or removed.)

Attached hereto and made a part of this petition are my declaration of intention to become a citizen of the United States and the certificate from the Department of Justice & required by law. Wherefore your petitioner prays that he may be admitted a citizen of the United States of America. Dated

(Signature of petitioner.) SS:

being duly sworn, deposes and says that he is the petitioner in the above-entitled proceeding; that he has read the foregoing petition and knows the contents thereof; that the same is true of his own knowledge, except as to matters therein stated to be alleged upon information and belief, and that as to those matters he believes it to be true. Subscribed and sworn to before me this

day of anno Domini [L S.]

Clerk of the

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AFFIDAVIT OF WITNESSES

Court of --In the matter of the petition of ----- ----- to be admitted a

citizen of the United States of America

---

SS:

--, occupation ------, residing at ------, and --, occupation --, residing at -----, each being severally, duly, and respectively sworn, deposes and says that he is a citizen of the United States of America; that he has personally known and has been acquainted in the United States with ------, the petitioner above mentioned, since ------, and that to his personal knowledge the petitioner has resided in the United States continuously preceding the date of filing this petition of which this affidavit is a part, to wit, since the date last mentioned, and at -- --, in the county of

this State, in which the above-entitled petition is made, continuously since ------, and that he has personal knowledge that the petitioner is and during all such periods has been a person of

Prior to March 2, 1929, the petitioner was required to prove one year's residence in the State and no specified period of time in the county. See footnote 48, p. 468 for original wording of Act of June 29, 1906, on this subject.

See footnote 49, p. 468.

good moral character, attached to the principles of the Constitution of the United States, and well disposed to the good order and happiness of the United States, and that in his opinion the petitioner is in every way qualified to be admitted a citizen of the United States.89

Subscribed and sworn to before me this nineteen hundred and

----- day of

[L. 8.]

(Official character of attestor.) CERTIFICATE OF NATURALIZATION Number Petition, volume ------, page ------Stub, volume

------, page

(Signature of holder.) Description of holder: Àge -; height -

-; color complexion ; color of eyes

----; color of hair visible distinguishing marks Name, age, and place of residence of wife

Names, ages, and places of residence of minor children

----, ------; -;

SS: Be it remembered, that at a term of the court of held at ------ on the day of ------, in the year

of our Lord nineteen hundred and

who previous to his (her) naturalization was a citizen or subject of ------, at present residing at number

street, --- city (town), State (Territory or the District of Columbia),40 having applied to be admitted a citizen of the United States of America pursuant to law, and the court having found that the petitioner had resided continuously within the United States for at least five years and within the county where petitioner resided at the time of filing his petition for at least six months immediately preceding the date of the filing of his (her) petition, and that said petitioner intends to reside permanently in the United States, had in all respects complied with the law in relation thereto, and that --he was entitled to be so admitted, it was thereupon ordered by the said court that he be admitted as a citizen of the United States of America.

In testimony whereof the seal of said court is hereunto affixed on the ----day of ------, in the

year of our Lord nineteen hundred and and of our independence the [L. s.]

(Official character of attestor.) STUB OF CERTIFICATE OF NATURALIZATION No. of certificate Name

-; age Declaration of intention, volume

----, page

* Prior to March 2, 1929, the petitioner was required to prove one year's residence in the State and no specified period of time in the county. See footnote 48, p. 468 for original wording of Act of June 29. 1906, on this subject.

. Sec. 3, Act of May 9, 1918 (40 Stat. 848), amended the word “District" to read "the District of Columbia."

Petition, volume ------, page
Name, age, and place of residence of wife,
Names, ages, and places of residence of minor children

Date of order, volume

-, page ---

(Signature of holder.) (34 Stat. 603-606; 8 U.S. C. 409.)"

RULES AND REGULATIONS CERTIFIED COPIES OF RECORDS Sec. 28." The Commissioner of Immigration and Naturalization, with the approval of the Attorney General," shall make such rules and regulations and such changes in the forms prescribed by section 27 of this Act as may be necessary to carry into effect the provisions of the naturalization laws. (45 Stat. 1515; 8 U.S. C. 356.)* Certified copies of all papers, documents, certificates, and records required to be used, filed, recorded, or kept under any and all of the provisions of this Act shall be admitted in evidence equally with the originals in any and all proceedings under this Act and in all cases in which the originals thereof might be admissible as evidence. (34 Stat. 606; 8 U.S. C. 356.)

APPROPRIATIONS AUTHORIZED SEC. 29.45 That for the purpose of carrying into effect the provisions of this Act [of June 29, 1906) there is hereby appropriated the sum of one hundred thousand dollars, out of any moneys in the Treasury of the United States not otherwise appropriated, which appropriation shall be in full for the objects hereby expressed until June thirtieth, nineteen hundred and seven; and the provisions of section thirty-six hundred and seventy-nine of the Revised Statutes of the United States shall not be applicable in any way to this appropriation. (84 Stat. 606.)

There are hereby authorized to be appropriated such sums as may be necessary to carry out the provisions of this Act [of March 2, 1929). (45 Stat. 1516.)

" Repealed by sec. 504, Nationallty Act of 1940 (54 Stat. 1178; 8 U. S. C. 904), effective January 13, 1941. See secs. 331, 332, and 336 thereof,

pp. 378, 380, and 386, for forms of declaration, petition and certificate as required by that Act.

9 Repealed by sec. 604, Nationality Act of 1940 (54 Stat. 1172), effective January 13, 1941. See secs. 327 (b) and 327 (8) thereof, at pp. 375 and 376, for similar provisions of that Act. See footnote 53 p. 470.

u Sec. 8, Act of March 2, 1929. Prior to its amendment, the first sentence of this section read as follows in the Act of June 29, 1906 (34 Stat. 606), “That the Secretary of Commerce and Labor shall have power to make such rules and regulations as may be necessary for properly carrying into execution the various provisions of this Act.” Between Marcb 4, 1913, when sec. 1, Act of March 4. 1913 (37 Stat. 736; 8 U.S. C. 101), created the Department of Labor, and March 2, 1929, the words Secretary of Commerce and Labor" read "Secretary of Labor." Between March 2, 1929, and June 10, 1933, when Executive Order 6166 Sec. 14 (5. U. s. C., following ch. 1), consolidated the Bureaus of Immigration and of Naturalization of the Department of Labor into one bureau named the Immigration and Naturalization Service, the words "Commissioner of Immigration and Naturalization" read “Commissioner of Naturalization." See footnote 25, p. 462,

* Repealed by sec. 504, Nationality Act of 1940 (54 Stat. 1172), effective January 13, 1941.

* Sec. 11, Act of March 2, 1929, effective July 1, 1929, p. 540. This Act supplemented but did not amend Act of June 29, 1906.

PERSONS NOT CITIZENS OWING PERMANENT ALLEGLANCE TO THE

UNITED STATES SEO. 30." That all the applicable provisions of the naturalization laws of the United States shall apply to and be held to authorize the admission to citizenship of all persons not citizens who owe permanent allegiance to the United States, and who may become residents of any State or organized Territory of the United States, with the following modifications: The applicant shall not be required to renounce allegiance to any foreign sovereignty; he shall make his declaration of intention to become a citizen of the United States at least two years prior to his admission; and residence within the jurisdiction of the United States, owing such permanent allegiance, shall be regarded as residence within the United States within the meaning of the five years' residence clause of the existing law. (34 Stat. 606-607; 8 U. S. C. 360.)

EFFECTIVE DATE OF ACT OP JUNE 29, 1906 SEO. 31. That this Act (of June 29, 1906) shall take effect and be in force from and after ninety days from the date of its passage: Provided, That sections one, two, twenty-eight, and twenty-nine shall go into effect from and after the passage of this Act (34 Stat. 607.)

COMMISSIONER OF IMMIGRATION AND NATURALIZATION AUTHORIZED TO

ISSUE NEW DECLARATIONS OF INTENTION AND NEW CERTIFICATES OF CITIZENSHIP IN LIEU OF THOSE LOST, MUTILATED, OR DESTROYED

Seo. 32.49 If any certificate of citizenship issued to any citizen, or any declaration of intention furnished to any declarant, under the naturalization laws, is lost, mutilated, or destroyed, the citizen or declarant may, upon the payment to the Commissioner of a fee of $1, make application (accompanied by two photographs of the applicant) to the Commissioner of Immigration and Naturalization 50 for a new certificate or declaration. If the Commissioner finds that the certificate or declaration is lost, mutilated, or destroyed, he shall issue to the applicant a new certificate or declaration with one of such photographs of the applicant affixed thereto: Provided, That an alien veteran as defined in section 1 of the Act of May 26, 1926 (44 Stat. 654; U. S. C., title 8, sec. 241 (a)), shall not be required to pay the fee required by this subdivision. (48 Stat. 597; 8 U.S. C. 399b (a).) 51

47 Repealed by sec. 504, Nationality

Act of 1940 (54 Stat. 1172), effective January 13, 1941. See sec. 321 of that Act, p. 370, for provisions on this same subject.

* Repealed by sec. 504, Nationality Act of 1940 (54 Stat. 1172), effective January 13, 1941.

19 This section was added to the Act of June 29, 1906, as amended, by sec. 9, Act of March 2, 1929 (45 Stat. 1515-1516), effective July 1, 1929, repealed by sec. 504, Nationality Act of 1940 (54 Stat. 1173), effective January 13, 1941. See sec. 341 (b) of that Act, p. 390, for similar provisions.

30 Between March 2, 1929, and June 10, 1933, the words “Commissioner of Immigration and Naturalization" read "Commissioner of Naturalization." For discussion of authority for change in title, see footnote 26, p. 462.

41 Sec. 4, Act of April 19, 1934. amending sec. 32, Act of June 29, 1906. as added thereto by sec. 9. Act of March 2. 1929 (46 Stat. 1818–1516). This subdivision originally read as follows : "Sec. 32. (a) If any certificate of citizenship Issued to any citizen, or any declaration of intention furnished to any declarant, under the naturalization laws, is lost, mutilated. or destroyed, the cluizen or declarant may upon the payment to tbe Commissioner of a fee of $10, make application (accompanied by two photographs of the applicant) to the Commissioner of Naturalization for a new certificate or declaration. If the Commissioner änds that the certificate or declaration is lost, mutilated, or de stroyed, he shall issue to the applicant a new certificate or declaration with one of such photographs of the applicant afixed thereto."

SPECIAL CERTIFICATE OF CITIZENSHIP TO OBTAIN RECOGNITION AS A

CITIZEN BY COUNTRY OP FORMER ALLEGLANCE (b) Upon payment to the Commissioner of Immigration and Naturalization 68 of a fee of $5," the Commissioner shall issue, for any naturalized citizen, a special certificate of citizenship, with a photograph (furnished by such citizen) affixed thereto, for use by such citizen only for the purpose of obtaining recognition as a citizen of the United States by the country of former allegiance of such citizen. Such certificate, when issued, shall be furnished to the Secretary of State for transmission by him to the proper authority in such country of former allegiance. (45 Stat. 1515; 8 U.S. C. 399b (b).) 5

(c) If the name of any naturalized citizen has, subsequent to naturalization, been changed by order of a court of competent jurisdiction, or by marriage, the citizen may, upon the payment to the Commissioner of a fee of $5 62 make application (accompanied by two photographs of the applicant) for a new certificate of citizenship in the new name of such citizen. If the Commissioner finds the name of the applicant to have been changed as claimed, he shall issue to the applicant a new certificate with one of such photographs of the applicant affixed thereto. (47 Stat. 165–166; 8 V. §. C. 399b (c).) **

(d) The Commissioner of Immigration and Naturalization * is authorized to make and issue, without fee, certifications of any part of the naturalization records of any court, or of any certificate of citizenship, for use in complying with any statute, State or Federal, or in any judicial proceeding: Any such certification shall be admitted in evidence equally with the original from which such certification was made in any case in which the original thereof might be admissible as evidence. No such certification shall be made by any clerk of court except upon order of court. (47 Stat. 166; 8 U.S. C. 399b (b).) APPLICATIONS FOR CERTIFICATE OF DERIVATIVE CITIZENSHIP-CERTIFICATE

OP ARRIVAL EFFECT OF CERTIFICATE OF DERIVATIVE CITIZENSHIP-PENAL PROVISIONS

Sec. 33 * (a) Any individual over twenty-one years of age who claims to have derived United States citizenship through the naturalization of a parent, or a husband, may, upon the payment of a fee of $5,57 make application to the Commissioner of Immigration and Naturalization, accompanied by two photographs of the

Fee, originally $10, was reduced to $8 by sec. 2, Act of April 19, 1934 (48 Stat. 597).

Sec. 9, Act of March 2, 1929. Repealed by sec. 504, Nationality Act of 1940 (64 Stat. 1173; 8 U. 8. C. 004) effective January 18, 1941. See sec. 841 (c) at p. 890 and 842 (b) (6) at p. 801 thereot for similar provisions

of that Act. Sec. 4, Act of May 26, 1932, repealed by sec. 604, Nationality Act of 1940 (64 Stat. 1178; 8 U. 8. C. 904), efective January 13, 1941. See secs. 841 (d) at p. 390 and 342 (D).

8) at D. 891 of that Act for similar provisions. Ba Sec. 4, Act of May 25, 1932, repealed, effective January 13, 1941, by sec. 304, Nationality Act of 1940 (54 Stat. 1173). See sec. 841 (e) thereof, at p. 391, for similar provisions of that Act.

w This section was added to Act of June 29, 1906, as amended by sec. 9, Act of March 2. 1929 (45 Stat. 1615–1616), effective July 1, 1929, and was repealed effective January, 13. 1941 by sec. 804, Nationality Act of 1940 (04 stat. 1178).

BT Fee, originally $15, including $6 for a ceruiicate of arrival which requirement was repealed by Act of May 25. 1932 (47 Stat. 166). The $10 fre was reduced to $5 by sec, 2, Act of April 19. 1934 (48 Stat. $97). repealed by sec. 504, Nutionality Act of 1040 (54 Btat. 1173), effective January 13, 1941, See beca. 839, at p. 389, and 342 (b) (b) thereof,

891 for similar provisions of that Act. See footnote 69, À 476.

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