No problem. You are safe. You can have both.
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There are a number of requirements we need to analyze including when/how you came to US. I'd be happy to go through it with you. Some of what we need to go through involves how old you were when certain events happened, how old you are now, if you ate in the US, and more.
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It is very hard to lose US citizenship. Acquiring a new citizenship is generally not enough.
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