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I found the naturalization that you are looking for. Husband and wife were naturalized together. The information was on familysearch.org. It is a free website, all you have to do is become a member. Click on the link below for the document. Hoping this is the correct one...
Thank you for looking but this is the Declaration of Intent which I already have, not her Petition for Naturalization and final admittance. I need to search the Northern District of New York federal court for 1925-1930 however the index online only goes to about 1916. Are there any microfilms for 1925-1930 for this court? Her husband Martin didn't become a citizen so she would have had to file separately since it was after Sept. 1922.
I appreciate your looking.
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If her petition was filed in a Federal court, the National Archives at New York (RE-NY) should have a copy of both the declaration and petition within their holdings, We suggest you contact RE-NY via email at firstname.lastname@example.org to request a copy of these records.
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