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German nationality law - Wikipedia

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German nationality law is the law governing the acquisition, transmission and loss of German citizenship. The law is based on a mixture of the principles of jus  ...

Information in English language - Acquiring German citizenship

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Since 1 August 1999, they have legally been acquiring German citizenship by ... of the German Citizenship Act (StAG) for a transition period if the requirements ...

Auswärtiges Amt - FAQ - German Citizenship

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I think I am still a German citizen but cannot prove it. What can I do? ... I lost my German citizenship because I acquired a foreign nationality. Can I get my ...

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

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To become a German citizen, you generally have to be resident in Germany for 8 years and ... Requirements: Which papers do you need to come to Germany?

Naturalization / receiving German citizenship: Integration in Bonn

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A child automatically receives the German citizenship by birth if the mother or ... spouse of a German can be naturalized under facilitated requirements: he or she  ...

Obtaining German Citizenship - German Embassy London

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Children born out of wedlock to a German father after 01.07.1993 acquired German citizenship if (among other requirements) paternity had been established  ...

How To Germany - Dual Citizenship - Germany/USA

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A child born to an American parent and a German parent acquires both American and German citizenship at birth, regardless of place of birth. Neither country ...

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 ...

German Nationality Act

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(3) A child of foreign parents shall acquire German citizenship by birth in Germany if ... (2) The requirements stipulated in sub-section 1, sentence 1, nos. 2 and 4 ...

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

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After eight years you are eligible to apply for German citizenship, although there are .... Federal Foreign Office: Requirements for German citizenship and FAQs ...

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

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As a general rule, a child born to a German citizen parent automatically ... i.e., by applying for German citizenship and satisfying certain legal requirements.

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

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Jun 24, 2016 ... How to get German citizenship (or just stay forever) ... And the general requirements of naturalization also apply: good command of German, ...

German Missions in the United States - Obtaining Citizenship

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Children born out of wedlock to a German father after July 1, 1993 acquired German citizenship if (among other requirements) paternity had been established  ...