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When the subject of a FOIA request is a deceased person, you must attach to your Form G-639 an obituary, death certificate or other proof of death, as stated in Part 4, item 8.c. “Deceased Subject of Record”. Also, when the subject of record is deceased, you should use Part 5 “Additional Information” to provide that information. And if you wish to provide any other additional data that you want USCIS to consider while processing your request, you may also use Part 5.


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