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Generally, individuals could file their first papers soon after arriving in the United States. There are many variables to consider when searching for citizenship papers. Keep in mind your ancestor could have immigrated here and not filed for citizenship papers of any kind. Or, he could have taken the first step in the citizenship process but never gone any further. He might have delayed filing his citizenship papers for years.

If your ancestor did file paperwork to become a citizen, he would have typically done it in the county in which he resided at the time. If an individual moved in the years between filing the first paperwork the Declaration of Intention and the final part of the citizenship paperwork the Naturalization or petitionhis documents might be found in two different places. Women could not become citizens separately until If you are tracing a female ancestor who arrived in America beforethe best way to find immigration information about females is to trace them through male relatives. There a few women who did file citizenship records prior to so it is still a good idea to check the indexes for their name.

Records documenting the citizenship process fall into five : Declarations of Intention, Petitions, Naturalization Certificates, ancillary documents, and indexes. Local clerks of court were responsible for maintaining these records. They may exist either as original documents, filed separately or bound together, or as copies of the originals entered onto pre-printed forms in bound volumes.

Additionally, they may be preserved in their original form, on microfilm, or in both formats. Researchers using citizenship records will find relatively few early entries for women.

From until the passage of the Married Woman's Act in citizenship was automatically conferred on the wife of any male citizen. Since then, women have been required to become citizens in their own right.

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Users of these records should also be aware that in Wisconsin, particularly in the nineteenth century, many more people filed Declarations of Intention than filed Petitions probably because the Wisconsin constitution granted the right to vote to anyone who had filed a Declaration. The state constitution was amended, effective December 1,to require full citizenship in order to vote.

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Declarations of Intention also known as first papers document the first step in the citizenship process. In format, the declaration consists of an oath asserting the alien's intent to become a citizen, to support the constitution, and to renounce foreign allegiance and hereditary titles. The preprinted forms used to record declarations prior to vary with the des used by the different stationery companies that printed such forms.

In content, however, they are generally similar from court to court and from year to year during this period, though some variations do occur.

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The names of the applicant and the foreign ruler whose allegiance is being renounced and the date are always shown. Declarations also typically include some or all of the following information about the applicant: age or birth date, place of birth, and date and place of entry into the United States. Following federalization of the citizenship process on September 27,standardized Immigration and Naturalization Service forms were adopted for general use.

While the basic format of the declaration remained the same, ificantly more information about the petitioner was to be included. The form now provided name, age, occupation, color, complexion, height, weight, color of hair and eyes, visible distinctive marks, place and date of birth, current residence, place of departure for the United States, name of vessel or type of conveyance, place and date of arrival in the United States and last foreign residence. Generally, no photograph will be found on the copy of the declaration retained by the local court. However, a photograph often will appear with the Petition since the applicant was required to submit his or her copy of the Green Bay WI women dating foreign men when filing a Petition.

Petitions sometimes identified as Petitions and Oaths, or Petitions and Records, or Naturalizations and commonly called second papers document the second step in the naturalization process. After serving the required period of residency, the applicant could petition the court for admission to citizenship. The order of the court admitting the applicant to citizenship may also be shown, especially after As with the Declarations of Intention, the exact content of Petitions filed prior to September 27,varies from court to court and from year to year.

However, name and oath of allegiance of the petitioner, date of the petition, names of the witnesses, and the sovereignty renounced always appear. In addition, some or all of the following may also be included: age or birth date, port and date of entry into the United States, and date and place of filing the Declaration of Intention. Afterstandardized forms were adopted by the Immigration and Naturalization Service for general use. Information in the Petition became substantially more detailed, though it basically repeated the data found in Declarations of Intention.

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The court or- der showed the name and date the individual was admitted to citizenship. At the time of citizenship, an alien was permitted to change his or her name. Any such changes were also shown in the court order. Finally, a copy of the Declaration of Intention and of the Certificate of Arrival were attached to the Petition. Inthe court order was altered to show denials of admission or continuations granted in the proceedings. The size of the form was greatly reduced in However, information included remained unchanged with two exceptions. Beginning ina record of departures from and returns to the United States was added to the form.

Certificates were issued to newly naturalized citizens as evidence of their status. Prior tostandardized forms were not used for these certificates. Few courts retained copies of the documents that were issued. Copies that have survived from that period exist as preprinted forms in bound volumes. After September 27,serially ed, two-part certificates provided by the Immigration and Naturalization Service were issued.

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One copy went to the new citizen, the second to the Immigration and Naturalization Service. The local clerks of court retained only the Certificate Stub Books from which the certificates were separated. The stub books record name, certificatedate, name of issuing court and of the Declaration, volume and of Petition, date of court order, and the names, ages, and places of residence of petitioner's spouse and minor children.

Other documents are sometimes found with the citizenship records administered by a county clerk of court. Orders Granting and Denying Citizenship are the official orders of the Court finally conferring or denying citizenship. They list name, any change of name, and the petition for each individual. The recommendations of the Immigration and Naturalization hearing officer were shown on the Naturalization Petitions Recommended to be Granted which may accompany the court order.

Two witnesses were required to attest to the residency and character of the petitioner. When the petitioner lived outside the state in which application was being made during part of the required period of residency, two additional witnesses from the place of residency were also required to testify. In these cases, naturalization examiners in other states were empowered to take written Interrogatories or Depositions of Witnesses from those additional wit- nesses.

These are then submitted to the court as part of the petition. An oath of allegiance is also included.

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In addition to these, several other of documents occasionally appear with the citizenship records. Included among them are Transfers of Petitions and Certificates of Loyalty. The indexes created by the clerks of court vary greatly from county to county.

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Researchers must review the specific description of the indexes for each county. Three different types of indexes may be found: card indexes, usually on 3 x 5 cards, bound indexes, often with separate volumes for Declarations and Petitions, and indexes in the front of bound volumes of naturalization documents.

Except for card indexes, these were usually not created in exact alphabetical order. A typical arrangement is the grouping of names together alphabetically by the first letter of the last name and then listing them chronologically in the order that the declaration or petition was filed.

For example, all names beginning with the letter B would be listed together, though they might appear in this order Brown, Bates, Burford, Bost, and Barum - if that was the sequence in which they filed their applications.

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Other arrangements may group the names somewhat more closely but still not completely in alphabetical order. All names beginning with a common first letter and first vowel might be grouped together. Thus, Bates and Barnes would appear together in one group. Due to inconsistencies and omissions in some of the court-generated indexes, the UW-Green Bay Archives and Area Research Center has begun to create online, searchable indexes to these documents.

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These indexes are searchable on our Archives and ARC website.