20 Reasons to Declare Your Intent and Research Naturalization Records!

Some of the often-overlooked genealogy documents for us to research are naturalization applications and other necessary documents used to become a U.S. citizen.

Download the Quicksheet PDF

To obtain the one-page Quicksheet pdf for easy reference of what kind of information is available from naturalization documents, and where you can find information about changing naturalization laws and rules, you can download it by clicking on the Download button:

For all the previously published Quick Reference Guides, click on QuickSheets

Genealogy QuickSheets – Frequently Asked Questions

Quicksheets are also known as Quick Reference Guides. They are generally a one or two page PDF that is downloadable. A few QuickSheets are as large as a five page PDF.
Every QuickSheet is in a specific post on The Ancestor Hunt website. Just bring up the post, and at the bottom of the page is a big brown Download button that allows you to view and/or download the PDF when clicked.
Yes! You can view or download as many as you wish.

3 replies on “20 Reasons to Declare Your Intent and Research Naturalization Records!”

So can I expect NOT to find The Certificate of Naturalization not just Online but also in a Court House? I am looking for a few different yrs around 1875 +/-

The ones I’m looking for are pre1860, back to late 1790s, if anything even exists for that time period. Not having much luck and the one or two I have found are virtually illegible and don’t contain much geni information

It isn’t easy to get a lot of info. I got one for 1878, knew he was mine by the info, but no more than a name. Found him by voter rolls. I tried for more paperwork but, nothing.

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