Hi Ron, Just stumbled upon your site today and found it very helpful. First, I'd like to thank you for taking the time posting when your time is certainly worth more than what answering our posts pay. So here's my situation, both my parents naturalized prior to me turning 18 so I qualify for naturalization through form N-600. Problem is I arrived as a refugee and don't have a birth certificate nor will I be able to obtain one. Years ago I applied and was denied for this reason. I produced signed affidavits which were used to obtain my green card but that was insufficient for naturalization. Will USCIS accept DNA testing or something else in lieu of a birth certificate as proof that I am the son of my parents? I'm hesitant to go the N-400 route as I've had two felonies as a juvenile though it's been over 10 years.