You were born in bavaria and came to the US in 1954 How do you regain your citizenship and apply for a passport?
These questions are always answered best when you contact the embassy of the country whose citizenship you want to regain or obtain. So, just contact the nearest German embassy or consulate general and ask them to assist you with your situation.
A passport does not constitute eligibility for citizenship in Britain. You must apply for a visa and apply for citizenship. Read More
No, you can only apply for a passport if one of your parents has citizenship to one of these countries. Read More
Yes you can, apply at your country's Irish Embassy, you can apply for Irish Citizenship and a passport. Read More
No, you can only obtain a British passport if you have British citizenship. If this does not apply to you then there may be possibilities of gaining citizenship but this will involve living legally in the UK for a period of time. Read More
If i am a born Indian married to a Pakistani presently holding Pakistani passport my husband died recently how can i resume my Indian citizenship?
Anyone born in India is entitled to get an Indian Citizenship even though you stayed overseas as a citizen of another country. You will have to apply for a citizenship and you may be asked to submit a birth certificate- school records-sworn affidavits from 2 persons stating that they know you. Before you regain your Indian citizenship you will be asked to surrender your Pakistani citizenship/passport. Best of Luck Read More
Your permanent residency passport expired 5 months ago if you file for citizenship do you need to renew your passport?
Not for applying for citizenship. But when they check your documents on the test date and the citizenship ceremony, you will need to show them a valid passport. So, it is better to apply for one now. Read More
If you are a citizen of both countries then you can apply for the dual citizenship so that you can get both passports. Read More
If you meet the citizenship requirement of the foreign country/state you are living in, then yes you can apply for citizenship of that country/state. Read More
You cannot change your passport. Rather, you can apply for a dual citizenship passport, meaning you will be issued another passport if you are eligible as a citizen of that particular country Read More
Well, you cannot get a passport of any country if you are not a citizen of that country. Right now, you should apply for the passport of your own country of citizenship. Read More
You are kenyan and you have a indefinete stamp on your passport what are the requirements if you were to have a full british passport?
After living inside the UK for 5 continuous years, apply for British Citizenship. When it is time, write the citizenship test. If you are approved on all matters, they will tell you where to go and take your citizenship oath and then receive your certificate of naturalization as a British Citizen. After that, you can apply for a British Passport. P.S. I don't know the law for Kenyan citizens but you may lose your Kenyan… Read More
You have to have your green card for 5yrs or 3yrs if married to a US citizen. Then you have to apply for US citizenship and once approved you can apply for US a passport. Read More
To apply for an American passport, one must fill out an application and a DS-ll form. They must also have proof of US citizenship, a form of identification (and a photocopy of this), money to pay the fee and a photo for the passport. Read More
No, only Filipino citizens and naturalized Filipino citizens can get a Philippine passport. Note that former Filipinos citizens who are now citizens of other counties can apply for dual citizenship and thus will retain his/her Filipino citizenship. Read More
Passport Immigration and Citizenship Agency (PICA) half way tree Read More
You have to be 37 years of age or your parents have to have british citizenship. Read More
How and where do you need to apply for passport to travel to Vietnam if you only have a Permanent Alien Card?
You can only apply for a Vietnamese passport if you are a citizen of Vietnam or eligible to be naturalized. So even if you have an alien residence card but is not eligible for citizenship, you can't get one. Read More
You do not need to present a birth certificate to use a passport for its intended purpose. A passport alone is sufficient proof of nationality/citizenship. You may need to present a birth certificate in order to apply for a passport. Read More
If the wife has a British passport and the husband has a South African passport can the husband apply for a British passport?
No he can't do it unless he has held UK Indefinite Leave to Remain, lived inside the UK for 5 years, applied for citizenship, passed the test, took the British Citizenship Oath and received his certificate of naturalization. Read More
If your Mother was born in the UK and had a British Passport but married a South African and lived in SA can you still apply for a Passport?
Yes, you are eligible for British citizenship. Dual nationality is recognise by the United Kingdom. You should contact the British High Commission in South Africa to apply for a British passport. Read More
Your daughter is twelve years old and has an indefinite leave to enter UK on a Tanzanian passport how can she apply for a British passport?
If you or her other parent also have the same status as her, you can apply for both of you at the same time if you meet the requirements for citizenship. If neither of parents hold British citizenship or indefinite leave to remain not, then she must wait until she is an adult. Read More
Can you apply for a british passport if your mother is british and your father was south African and you were born in 1974 in south Africa?
No you can't. You can live in the U.K if you apply for Right of Abode, but you have to live in the U.K for 5 years(withoutbeing out the countryfor more than 18 months)before you can apply for British Citizenship and then for a British Passport. There is a fee for citizenship which currently is around £750. Read More
India does not allow dual citizenship. But you can apply and get a passport-like booklet, at the nearest embassy and consulate general, that will allow you to travel to India visa-free. Read More
only US citizens can hold a US passport. the resident alien must first apply and complete the citizenship process Read More
Your husband and you are American citizens your son was born in Australia in 1979 Does he have dual citizenship?
If he has an Australian passport, then he is (even if the passport is expired). If not, you should contact the Australian embassy or consulate general and ask them. If he is, he can apply for an Australian passport to make it official. Read More
If your mother is Turkish but your father is English and you live in England are you able to apply for a Turkish passport?
Yes, you will be able to obtain the Turkish passport. You might even obtain dual citizenship. Read More
It does not matter what citizenship your spouse is. If you hold a Thai passport, you will need to apply for a visa at the Embassy of Sweden to enter Sweden. Read More
People who served in the French army can apply for French citizenship if they fought for France. Starting from that, your father has first to obtain French citizenship (even if dual with a another nationality). Once that done, you can apply for French nationality (expect that to be slow and uneasy) Read More
When one becomes a US citizen does one apply for a new passport as citizen or do they automatically issue a new passport?
You need to apply for new passport. If this is the first time that you are applying for a new passport, you must do it in person at an Acceptance Facility or Passport Agency using the USCIS Form DS-11 along with support documents like US citizenship proof, birth certificate, photos etc. Read More
Most foreigners can obtain a Mexican passport if they move to Mexico with an immigrant visa and live there for four years (2 years if married to a Mexican citizen). Then one can apply for Mexican citizenship and passport. Read More
If you are eligible in any way to apply for Spanish citizenship, you should first give up your current nationality. Read More
I am a U.S. citizen married to a man with dual citizenship in the United States and Brazil. Am I qualified to get a Brazilian passport?
Yes, you are. But you need to live in Brazil. After a year, then, you can apply for Brazilian citizenship. Read More
If you want to apply for a NSK passport: The NSK passport is not a real passport. It is a type of "camouflage" passport and never intended to be a valid document for citizenship. Slovenia is not granting citizenship or passports for people other than Slovenians. Read More
The Department of State is responsible for determining the citizenship status of a person located outside the United States or in connection with the application for a U.S. passport while in the United States. One has to contact this department and apply for the dual citizenship. Read More
Only if you are a citizen of Poland. If you were born in Poland, you are automatically a Polish citizen. If you were born outside Poland your Polish parent(s) could apply for Polish citizenship on your behalf. Otherwise, a substancial residency in Poland is reqiuired to apply for Polish citizenship. Read More
Contact the nearest Canadian mission to you and ask them to help you to see if you are eligible (the laws changed on April 2009). If you are in Canada, call Citizenship and Immigration Canada: 1-888-242-2100. If you get your certificate of citizenship, then you can apply for a Canadian passport. Read More
One can apply for an American passport (assuming one is a citizen) by filling out an application at the Travel State website, fill out the application, complete the necessary parts in person, submit evidence of citizenship, present identification, make payment and wait for a response. Read More
You should always have a valid passport if you know you are going to travel outside the US. It does not matter where you wanna go. Read More
Yes, the child does acquire US citizenship by the law of land. Just don't forget to get the birth certificate and apply for a US passport for the child. Read More
If you are a citizen and your wife is a resident is she considered a citizen now and can she apply for a passport or visa for travel out of the states?
No, you must apply for citizenship, take a test, and get sworn in as a citizen of the us. You are then no longer a citizen from whatever country you are from. Until you are a citizen I believe she would still need to use the passport from her country of origin. Read More
It depends on your citizenship. If your citizenship required visa for entering Vietnam then you should apply visa for your children if they have their own passport. For Vietnam visa on arrival, children must apply for approved letter to get visa on arrival at Vietnam airport as adults but they will not pay stamp fee if they are in same passport with parents. For any visa related queries, visit Visa-vietnam.org/ Read More
A passport? Otherwise your allowed in another country for a limited amount of time before you need a citizenship to stay there. So I guess you need Citizenship ? Is that what you mean? Read More
You sure can travel abroad provided you have a valid US passport. If you don't have one. You can apply for one using the Form DS-11. Read More
If a U.S. Citizen married to a German Citizen enters Germany with a Emergency Passport will he be able to apply for a permanent stay or possibly German citizenship in Germany?
Citizenship law is complicated, so get advice in Germany or from your nearest German consulate. Read More
It is possible to apply for an Australian citizenship by going online to the official Australian Government website and apply for citizenship through the website. Read More
I was born in Canada and have duel citizenship with America how do ubtain American citizenship for your child who was also born in Canada?
Contact the nearest US consulate, go there and register your child's birth. The certificate they will give you will act as citizenship certificate. Then apply for your child's passport so that s/he can travel to the US with you too. Read More
Anyone who is a citizen of a specific country can apply for the countries passport. Read More
You are Muslim and you want to marry Hindu girl how you can change her passport to Pakistani passport?
You can't just change the passport. She must go through immigration process. But If Pakistan gives her Pakistani nationality automatically based on marriage to a Pakistani citizen, then after she receives her citizenship certificate (or whatever other name it may have) then she can apply for a Pakistani passport. Read More
No, unless one of your parents is a UK citizen and was one at the time of your birth. However, if you qualify for a UK Ancestry visa because one of your grandparents was born in the United Kingdom, then after living in the UK for 5 years, you can apply for UK citizenship + passport. Read More
You should apply for a registration of birth abroad at the nearest US embassy or consulate. As soon as that, the child has a certificate of US citizenship and can apply for an American passport. Read More