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Is refusal to renew passport sufficient for applying as a stateless person in Switzerland

I have a work permit in Switzerland. And it is valid until the end of my passport validity (within another 3 years). My passport is going to expire after 3 years. I can't renew my passport until 2 ...
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Renouncing your citizenship but the government doesn't accept; can you still get a stateless person passport from Germany?

I'm just curious: It is been claimed here that the requirement of having renounced your current citizenship to get German citizenship can be accomplished by simply applying to your current government ...
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Moving from Germany to UK

I am Adeniyi. I have lived in Germany for three years but I am stateless. I want to move to live with my partner and my son; both live in London. My question is according to the questionnaire read ...
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Can you work as a stateless person in Scotland? [duplicate]

I can't seem to get a straight answer on this. Can you work if you are a stateless person and file for residency? They give you identification paperwork, so I don't see why not. But.......
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Could one renounce one's native citizenship in order to prevent a second, naturalized citizenship from being revoked?

Before I start, I want to say that I am asking this out of pure curiosity and interest. I am not in this situation, and I do not know anyone in this situation. I read that the Norwegian Directorate ...
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Who has "always been stateless"? — You may be able to register as a British citizen if you don’t have any form of citizenship or nationality - that is, if you’re a ‘...
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Can stateless individuals in the European Union legally reside and work there?

I am curious if anyone has found a solution to staying in the E.U. as a stateless person, with rights to reside and work? A U.S. citizen is allowed to formally renounce their U.S. citizenship at any U....
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