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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.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.

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-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.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 ...

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

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

www.auswaertiges-amt.de/EN/Infoservice/FAQ/Staatsangehoerigkeit/Uebersicht.html?nn=479790

German citizenship law is relatively complicated. The following ... I think I am still a German citizen but cannot prove it. ... Can I apply for German citizenship?

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: