I have 2 questions. Im a US citizen by naturalization (1month ago.) can ı live in birth country after now being naturalized recently? (1 month ago ı was naturalized)
Did you obtain your green card through asylum/refugee status? What were the circumstances that caused you to renounce your birth country's citizenship?
1. "can ı live in birth country after now being naturalized recently?" Once became a US citizen, you can choose to live wherever in the world you wish, no one will care, nor ever attempt to "take" your US citizenship away from you.. And that goes even if you obtained your "green card" through asylum, i.e. "fear" of "persecution" in your birth country. Again, once you became a US citizen, all that becomes irrelevant and inconsequential and you can live where you please, for the rest of your life. Simply apply to renew your US passport every 10 years at your local US consulate in the country you happen to be (and don't forget to file a US tax return every year..)
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