Miami, USA-The certificate of Naturalization and the certificate of Citizenship That is
the same or not?
They really aren’t the same. The Certificate of Naturalization is usually granted
when a person is a resident of the United States and applies to be recognized
as a Citizen, through a Naturalization process.
That is, the person must have, yes or yes, the prerequisite of having been a resident of the
United States and obviously meet the requirements whether it is three years or five
years in the country. Likewise, the requirement of having good moral character.
However the Certificate of Citizenship is the one that is usually granted when the
person acquires it derivatively.
That is, for example, I am the daughter of an American citizen, and for this reason, plus a
series of requirements that exist, I receive this Citizenship in a derivative way, and at
moment that the government of the United States recognizes this Citizenship, because I
a certificate is awarded.
The same is true, for example, if I am a minor, a resident, but my parents
became citizens before I was 18 years old, also in a way
Derivative Citizenship is recognized instead of being granted a certificate of