Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 54 Part 1.djvu/1195

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54 STAT.] 76TH CONG. , 3D SESS.-CH. 876-OCT. 14 , 1940 (b) If any certificate of naturalization or citizenship issued to any citizen, or any declaration of intention furnished to any declarant, is lost, mutilated, or destroyed, the citizen or declarant may make application to the Commissioner for a new certificate or declaration. If the Commissioner or a Deputy Commissioner finds that the cer- tificate or declaration is lost, mutilated, or destroyed, he shall issue to the applicant a new certificate or declaration. If the certificate or declaration has been mutilated, it shall be surrendered to the Commissioner or a Deputy Commissioner before the applicant may receive such new certificate or declaration. If the certificate or dec- laration has been lost, the applicant or any other person who may come into possession of it is hereby required to surrender it to the Commissioner or a Deputy Commissioner. (c) The Commissioner or a Deputy Commissioner shall issue for any naturalized citizen, on such citizen's application therefor, a spe- cial certificate of naturalization for use by such citizen only for the purpose of obtaining recognition as a citizen of the United States by a foreign state. Such certificate when issued shall be furnished to the Secretary of State for transmission to the proper authority in such foreign state. (d) If the name of any naturalized citizen has, subsequent to naturalization, been changed by order of any court of competent jurisdiction, or by marriage, the citizen may make application for a new certificate of naturalization in the new name of such citizen. If the Commissioner or a Deputy Commissioner finds the name of the applicant to have been changed as claimed, the Commissioner or a Deputy Commissioner shall issue to the applicant a new certifi- cate and shall notify the naturalization court of such action. (e) The Commissioner or a Deputy Commissioner is authorized to make and issue, without fee, certifications of any part of the natu- ralization records of any court, or of any certificate of naturaliza- tion or citizenship, for use in complying with any statute, State or Federal, or in any judicial proceeding. No such certification shall be made by any clerk of court except upon order of the court. FISCAL PROVISIONS SEC. 342. (a) The clerk of each and every naturalization court shall charge, collect, and account for the following fees: (1) For receiving and filing a declaration of intention, and issu- ing a duplicate and triplicate thereof, $2.50. (2) For making, filing, and docketing a petition for naturaliza- tion, $5, including the final hearing on such petition, if such hearing be held, and a certificate of naturalization, if the issuance of such certificate is authorized by the naturalization court. (b) The Commissioner shall charge, collect, and account for the following fees: (1) For application for record of registry, $18. (2) For the issuance of each certificate of arrival, $2.50. (3) For application for a declaration of intention in lieu of a decla- ration alleged to have been lost, mutilated, or destroyed, $1. (4) For application for a certificate of naturalization in lieu of a certificate alleged to have been lost, mutilated, or destroyed, $1. (5) For application for a certificate of derivative citizenship, $5. (6) For application for the issuance of a special certificate of citizen- ship to obtain recognition, $5. (7) For application for a certificate of naturalization under section 323, $1. (8) For application for a certificate of citizenship in changed name, $5. 1161 Loss, etc., of certifi- cates or declarations. Special certificate of naturalization. New certificate showing change of name. Certifications of records, etc. Court fees. Commissioner's fees.