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German nationality law

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Children born on or after 1 January 2000 to non-German parents acquire German citizenship at birth if at least one parent:.

German Missions in the United States - Citizenship - Germany.info

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the permission to retain German citizenship when naturalizing in the US ... Please note: If you were born in Germany prior to January 1, 2000 and neither of your ...

Dual Nationality | U.S. Embassy & Consulates in Germany

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As of January 1, 2000, a child born in Germany to non-German parents automatically acquires German citizenship at birth by jus soli if: (1) at least one parent ...

How to get German citizenship (or just stay forever) - The Local

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Jun 24, 2016 ... For the settlement permit, students of a German university can apply two ... To become a naturalized citizen, you have to have lived in Germany ...

Auswärtiges Amt - FAQ - German Citizenship

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Can I become a German citizen even though I am not living in Germany · How can ... I lost my German citizenship because I acquired a foreign nationality.

Obtaining German Citizenship - German Embassy London

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Children born abroad whose German parent was born outside Germany after 31.12.1999 only acquire German citizenship if their birth is registered at a German ...

How to get German citizenship or a permanent visa | Visas & Permits ...

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Find out if you are eligible to apply for a German permanent visa or German citizenship, and what benefits both options offer. | A guide to visas, residence ...

Becoming a German citizen by naturalization - des ...

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Article 2004.12.29 Becoming a German citizen by naturalization. What are the requirements for becoming a naturalized German citizen? What is discretionary ...

10 FAQ on citizenship law in Germany | The Happy Hermit

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Dec 29, 2010 ... Only recently (1999) has the law been amended to incorporate ius soli, giving German citizenship to a child born in Germany to two parents of ...

Apply for German Citizenship - Passportia

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German Citizenship (“Staatsangehörigkeit”) can be obtained in a number of ways , the most common being by inheritance or naturalisation:

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How To Germany - Dual Citizenship - Germany/USA

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While Germany recognizes the concept of dual nationality, for most purposes it considers a dual national in Germany a German citizen only. Thus, the ability of ...

Germany Guide: Citizenship, How to become a German: German ...

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... can only be applied for after a number of years. To become a German citizen, you generally have to be resident in Germany for 8 years and fulfill certain.

Information in English language - Acquiring German citizenship

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Anyone who holds German citizenship is entitled to the same rights and duties in Germany, regardless of the legal manner in which they acquired their ...