The Dutch government doesn't allow dual nationality (except for marriage, which isn't my case) and I need to renounce my original nationality (my country allows that) and If I tried to apply again for my original nationality I will lose the Dutch nationality but I read there are exceptions for not losing the Dutch nationality If you tried to do that.
This is mentioned in article 15 section 2 https://wetten.overheid.nl/BWBR0003738/2020-04-01/?fbclid=IwAR1K5ahKbRrXBtwW0KvjrmgeBM-QKhZUNXlKYjdqDDl6dgzpgbLAsiEeAyQ#Hoofdstuk5_Artikel15
- who was born in the country of that other nationality and has his principal residence there at the time of acquisition.
- who before attaining the age of majority had had his principal residence for an uninterrupted period of at least five years in the country of that other nationality.
This is apply to me as I lived 5 years before I become an adult in my original country. So, If I understand correctly, I can apply for my original nationality after renouncing it and I won't lose the Dutch nationality. But, unfortunately, I contact the IND and they replied that this law isn't for your case and this law for other cases, I still don't understand WHY and they didn't provide me with more info?
Did anyone go through the same issue and know more about this exception and why it doesn't apply to my case?