Proof of citizenship question
- In a nutshell, I have to provide the State with proof
of citizenship for an elderly relative.
I know the general area where this person lived at the
time, and the month/year in which they were granted
citizenship. This relative is combative toward
everyone and will not cooperate with family or state
caseworkers to help get proof of citizenship.
Is this the type of thing that a private investigator
could help obtain? Or maybe someone could suggest an
I have tried a FOIA request, but doing so requires
this person�s signature - it is not forthcoming.
I have to believe that becoming a U.S. citizen must be
public information on some level� I could be wrong.
If proof of citizenship cannot be obtained without
that person�s cooperation, are there any alternatives?
In other words, is there any other information that
could be publicly obtained about a person that would
constitute a de-facto proof of citizenship?
Any comments/hints/suggestions welcome�
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