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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/German_nationality_law

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

www.germany-visa.org/german-citizenship

Taking into account that Germany is a country many people want to live, work, and study in, they also want to know how to get German citizenship. Germany is a  ...

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

Jun 24, 2016 ... To become a naturalized citizen, you have to have lived in Germany under a limited residence permit for at least eight years. But you can also ...

www.germany.info/citizenship

Thumb-Rule: If you were born in Germany prior to January 1, 2000, neither of your ... nor did they apply for your German citizenship, then you are not German.

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

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 ...

www.expatica.com/de/visas-and-permits/A-guide-to-German-citizenship-and-permanent-visas_108795.html

How to get German citizenship: This guide explains how to become a German citizen or get German permanent residence, plus the process to apply for German  ...

transferwise.com/gb/blog/how-to-get-citizenship-in-germany

Aug 23, 2017 ... For example, one benefit of being a German citizen is the right to vote, and protection against extradition and deportation from Germany.

www.passportia.org/citizenship/germany

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

www.howtogermany.com/pages/dualcitizen.html

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 ...