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You can obtain a certified copy of a Naturalization Certificate by either going to a local office of the US Citizenship and Immigration Services or by doing everything online or over the phone.
Their contact info is:
United States Department of State, Office of Authentications
1150 Passport Services Place, 1st Floor
Dulles, VA###-##-#######) ###-#### ***** 3 or(###) ###-####br />Emai: *****@******.***
Some offices require that you have some kind of authorization to get the records, such as an order of the probate court appointing you as executor. Other offices don't require anything at all so I'm not sure if anything is really required. I don't think it is because at a portion of their website they discuss the use of these records for genealogy purposes.
I would suggest that you have a copy of the death certificate just in case.
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