EU Nations Prohibiting Dual Citizenship for Naturalization
There are 12 EU countries that don’t let newcomers who get their citizenship through naturalization have more than one citizenship. You have to give up your previous country and show proof when you send in your application. Some of the countries on the list may have signed a deal that gives them special rights.
Here is a full list of all the countries that don’t let people have dual citizenship.
- Estonia Germany
- Latvia Lithuania Netherlands
- Two citizenships
Note: UK left EU (Brexit)
Most EU countries citizenship laws say that people who want to become citizens have to show that they have real ties to the country by living there for more than five years, speaking the language, and knowing about the country’s constitution and history. They also have to show that they behave in a good way by showing their criminal and employment records, or by showing that they are willing to integrate and loyal to the country.
Please choose your EU country carefully before you apply. Your long-term goal should be to become a citizen, and you should keep your old identity.
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