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I am an Australian citizen that holds a German passport (my mother is German). I am a Permanent Resident in the US and lived here for 10 years. I am considering becoming naturalized in the US but I don't want to give up my Australian citizenship or German passport. Do you know if it is possible to do that?

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Agree with all of the above. 

 

The US doesn't care, but other countries might. My husband is a Spanish citizen and he inquired at the Spanish Consulate about this. He was told that all he needs to do to maintain his Spanish citizenship is complete a form within 3 years of becoming a US Citizen (we're in the process now) stating that he doesn't want to give up his Spanish citizenship and provide them with a copy of his birth certificate - that's it. 

 

I would check with both Australia and Germany to find out if there's something similar. 

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On 2/10/2017 at 4:22 PM, tcTTct said:

I have both US and Australian citizenship. No problem.

 

I even sent the US embassy photocopies of my children's US birth certificates and got the Australian Citzenship by Descent.

Sorry, but I am trying to understand your last time.

 

Did you mean, you sent the Australian embassy your childs US birth certificates and he got the citizenship by Descent?

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6 hours ago, nitrous_guy said:

Sorry, but I am trying to understand your last time.

 

Did you mean, you sent the Australian embassy your childs US birth certificates and he got the citizenship by Descent?

 Sorry typo. Yes I meant I sent the Australian embassy a copy of my children's birth certificate and a copy of my Australian passport. Send they sent me my kids' Australian citizen by descent certificates. 

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