Dual citizenship in DE

As far as I know it is to own 2 nationalities in Germany since today possible (under specific conditions / requirements). My question would be; Who is what and who does not bring?

The best answer

Well you may at any time to Germany or even travel back to their own countries. As for the right to vote, you can vote in Germany and even in his own country again.

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I bring it as what. I no longer have to decide whether I remain German or Turkish nationals. That keeps me all the doors open, because I do not know if I still stay here after school. Drawbacks do not exist.

Date: 2012-03-02 Views: 0

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