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Dear Ms. Simonovski,
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If he became a naturalized citizen, this process may have happened in a Federal court in Chicago. Naturalization indexes, declarations of intention (with any accompanying certificates of arrival), and petitions for naturalization should be in the custody of the National Archives at Chicago (RM-CH). For a search of the records, please contact RM-CH via email at firstname.lastname@example.org and include the name of petitioner (including known variants); his date of birth; approximate date of entry to the US; approximate date of naturalization; where the individual was residing at the time of naturalization (city/county/state); and country of origin.
In most cases, the National Archives will not have a copy of the certificate of citizenship. Two copies of the certificate were created – one given to the petitioner as proof of citizenship, and one forwarded to the Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS). We suggest that you submit an inquiry to the USCIS Genealogy Program for a search of their records.
We suggest that you contact the Chicago History Museum’s Research Center to assist you in determining the nature of labor he was recruited to perform and what local records may be available.
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Hi Ilka,I have found a close match to your Bogoja Pavloski in the 1910 US Census. Was he born in Germany?I found this on familysearch.com it is a free website..you need to join to search.Alice.
Name: Boa*R Pavloski Event Type: Census Event Date: 1910 • Event Place: Chicago Ward 4, Cook, Illinois, United States • Event Place (Original): Chicago Ward 4, , Illinois Gender: Male Age: 20 Marital Status: Single Race: White Race (Original): White Birth Year (Estimated): 1890 Birthplace: Germany • Immigration Year: 1890 Father's Birthplace: Germany Mother's Birthplace: Germany Relationship to Head of Household: Boarder Relationship to Head of Household (Original): Boarder Sheet Letter: A Sheet Number: 16 Record Number: 23648