Legal Advice for Dual Citizenship — 7 results
Written by attorney John Robert Egan, over 1 year ago.
A Brief Introduction to Dual Nationality
Look into the back pages of any recent United States Passport and you will find the following notation:
A person is considered a dual national when... more
Written by attorney Holger Siegwart, over 1 year ago.
The special permit to retain German citizenship, the so called Beibehaltungsgenehmigung, has become a hot topic among Germans living in the United States who intend to become U.S. citizens... more
Written by attorney Elizabeth Blandon, about 1 year ago.
Foreign nationals who are citizens of two countries are commonly referred to as dual citizens. According to the existing immigration laws, dual citizens cannot obtain asylum unless they... more
Written by attorney Joseph Grasmick, almost 5 years ago.
Government benefits Immigration laws severely limit valuable public benefits, unless you are a U.S. citizen. Even green card holders face strict restrictions. Who knows what future laws... more
Written by attorney Neelofer Syed, about 3 years ago.
The topic of OCI or PIO becomes relevant once an Indian citizen acquires the citizenship of another country. This article is for general information and specific questions or/about unusual... more
Written by attorney Elizabeth Blandon, 7 months ago.
Citizens of two counties may NOT obtain asylum, as stated recently in Matter of B-R, by the Board of Immigration Appeals. These are known as dual citizens. However, there are two notable... more
Written by attorney Ronald Sarno, about 5 years ago.
Marriage, children and citizenship. According to the laws of the United States a child born in America either to American parents or parents from another country, is an American citizen. A... more