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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/German_nationality_law

German nationality law is the law governing the acquisition, transmission and loss of German .... An individual who is entitled to naturalise as a German citizen can also apply for his/her spouse and minor children to be naturalised at the same ...

www.germany-visa.org/german-citizenship

Getting citizenship by naturalization implies that you have fulfilled certain requirements that the German government has set and you qualify to apply for German ...

www.thelocal.de/20160624/how-to-apply-for-german-citizenship-brexit-eu-referendum-uk

Jun 24, 2016 ... For the settlement permit, students of a German university can apply two ... even outside the country, are also eligible for German citizenship.

www.sachsen.de/en/1444.htm

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 ...

de.usembassy.gov/u-s-citizen-services/dual-nationality

Normally, he/she must have resided legally in the U.S. for a considerable period before becoming eligible for naturalization. Before being admitted to citizenship,  ...

www.germany.info/citizenship

German citizenship is usually forwarded from one generation to the next and ... of your parents was German at the time of your birth, nor did they apply for your ...

www.germany.info/Vertretung/usa/en/05__Legal/02__Directory__Services/02__Citizenship/Citizenship__Obtain.html

In general, German citizenship is not established through birth on German territory but by descent from a German legal mother and/or a German legal father.

www.howtogermany.com/pages/dualcitizen.html

While Germany recognizes the concept of dual nationality, for most purposes it considers ... All persons who have a claim to U.S. citizenship should apply at the  ...

www.passportia.org/citizenship/germany

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