Is a person with dual citizenship at birth natural born?
Many scholars agree that if an individual meets the requirements of a citizen at the time of birth then they are natural born but there is actually no definition for natural born citizen. This means that whether someone with dual citizenship at birth is natural born could be debated. Most would say that this individual is a natural born but it is not defined anywhere in law.
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It is highly unlikely that a government will deny a job because ofdual citizenship. However, in certain cases, people with singularcitizenship may be given first priority.
If you were married to a person with dual citizenship are you and your children considered dual citizens?
In the American context, it means a person who became a citizen by birth. In other words, somebody born on U.S. soil and not someone who became a citizen by naturalization. In… a legal context, the original meaning (pre-1865) was a white male born on U.S. soil. African-Americans could not be citizens, even if born on U.S. soil due to slavery restrictions before the Civil War. This was condoned by the U.S. Supreme Court in the Dred Scott decision. After the war, and passage of the 'Reconstruction Amendments' to the Constitution (13th, 14th & 15th) it was amended to include all men for the first time in our history.
Can you reapply for your UK citizenship and obtain dual UK-US citizenship if you were born in Bermuda then naturalized at age 2 because your father was serving in the US Navy?
Yes you can. the UK and the US both allow multiple citizenship
If one is born on US soil then moves to a different country where dual citizenship isn't allowed does one lose their 'natural-born' citizenship?
If I was born in another country and my dad was born in Chicago and you gained AMERICAN citizenship NOT naturalized am I person natural born?
I don't think so. Because in my social studies class, my teach said that if you were born in a different country, you're not naturally born, so you can't run for president. Bu…t you might me. Go to ask.com and it will probably have something. But I'm just guessing.
United States law does not recognize dualcitizenship. When you applied for your Naturalization, You took anoath of faith and loyalty to the United States and made anagreement …to uphold and abide by all its laws. Your oath is inessence your assertion that above all other countries you havechosen The United States as your home. So basically if you're saying you now want dual citizenship, youare revoking that oath and in doing so you are revoking orabandoning your own U.S. citizenship. If you have applied forcitizenship in Germany, the moment that application is approved,for all legal intents and purposes state side, that is (evenretroactively) considered the day you voluntarily relinquished yourU.S. citizenship. You could actually have your U.S. passportscancelled and be denied re-entrance into the U.S. if they find out. Bear in mind that the U.S. does not prosecute or harass someonethat has dual citizenship in any way, The American governmentsimply gives no recognition to it or at the governmentsprerogative, can revoke your U.S. citizenship based on your ownapplication for same elsewhere. Even if they don't find out till later, your revocation can beconsidered retroactive. If you assert that you are a German citizenin any written form with the United States government or elsewhereand can produce evidence of citizenship elsewhere, then you areconsidered an Ex Patriot, which means you are someone who hasvoluntarily abandoned your U.S. citizenship, revoked your oath ofloyalty and are no longer legally entitled to any of the benefitsthat go along with U.S. citizenship, including re-entrance into thecountry. I know many people in the U.S. do have dual citizenship, most areoblivious to the potential ramifications and as long as they neverhave to produce evidence in a state side political, jurisdictionalaction or legal proceeding they likely won't be bothered, unless ofcourse, the person shows up on some undesirable list somewhere orif they try to use the duality to assert some right orprivilege. They may even have asked someone if it'sillegal and the correct answer is no, It's not illegal here to havedual citizenship. It's simply not recognized. Answer If the person was also a German citizen, they should have appliedfor a permission to retain German citizenship prior to applying forUS citizenship otherwise they are to give up their Germancitizenship upon becoming an American (or any other foreignnational than Germany). If the person was only born in Germany to foreign parents, theyshould consult their original country of citizenship to find outwhether or not they have lost their previous citizenship uponbecoming a citizen of another country.
Yes, provided that one of their citizenships is that of the country that they're running for.
It depends where your grandparents were from. For example, if they were from Italy, you can but there are limitations and complications. The best way to find out: contact the… embassy or consulate of the country that they were from, tell them your situation, and they will tell you.
If a person was born to a Philippines mother and a US father in the Philippines do they have dual citizenship?
Unfortunately, no. The government of the Philippines does not allow dual citizenship.
Can a person with dual citizenship US and Mexico get married in Mexico with his Mexican birth certificate and later petition for his spouse to come to the US?
Yes, but as you pointed out, your spouse needs to begin the application for the immigration and naturalization process.
yes i have dual citizenship
Basically, a natural born Filipino citizen is a person born of Filipino parents, the birth occurring in Philippine territories (including Philippine Embassies).
Can you receive dual citizenship if both of your parents are naturalized citizens and you're over 18 and you're a natural born US citizen?
If your parents are from a country that allows dual citizenship, the answer is yes. Contact the embassy or consulate of the country your parents are from. Example: Canada, …Italy, France, the UK, Iran, Brazil allow this; Japan, South Korea, China, Singapore, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, the UAE do not.
THIS IMPORTANT! Some countries do not allow a person to have their Passport and anyother. This is punishable with penalties of Passport andCitesenship Revocation to DEATH. M…any many countries allow persons to cary and posses two passports.I have Canada and USA Just rember most countries only allow you to enter and leave on thesame one. SO rember what one you used!