Germany Approves Dual Citizenship for Some


Until now, children of immigrants from most non-EU countries have had to choose at the age of 23 between German citizenship or that of their parents’ country of origin.

Young people can now have two passports if, at the age of 21, they can prove they have lived in Germany for at least eight years or have gone to school in the country for six years and gained school-leaving qualifications.

Editor’s Note: For more on obtaining German citizenship see here and here. And for the huge benefits dual citizenship and a second passport offer, see here.

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