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TL;DR: A Social Security number is not necessary if you are applying for the CRBA and US Passport at the same time Original Answer It looks like I need to provide a signed statement. I found this on the US Department of State website: Do I have to provide by Social Security number on my passport application? Yes. 22 U.S.C. 2714a and 22 C.F.R 51.60(...


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It should not really matter where you're coming from. If you apply for admission with your Canadian passport, all you have to do is comply with the requirements for Canadian citizens entering the US. So, if Canadians need a ESTA, you'll have to apply for one.


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Your passport's data page (the page with your picture) displays an entry for "Autorità/Authority/Autorité." As noted in the comments below, the entry there is likely to display "Ministro Degli Affari Esteri," the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, as the issuing governmental agency. The Passport itself does not say where (physically) the passport was ...


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Yes, you can travel immediately using your new passport. You will not have your BRP replaced just for a renewed passport. The point of the BRP, and part of the reason for replacing visa vignettes with a separate card, is that it is independent of your passport validity. It's hard to find positive evidence for this, but note that the change of circumstances ...


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Please see and upvote Eric's helpful answer. I have edited this answer to correct it in light of that information. Question 1: is it REQUIRED that my son attain an American passport in order to go to the US? If your son is a US citizen, yes and no. There is a law that makes it "unlawful" for a US citizen to leave or enter the US without a valid US ...


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Your question emphasized that this person would go to a Schengen country but it's important to understand that the Schengen rules legally have no bearing on this whatsoever. While the EU has made it easier to move around and possibly cheat a little, rules around citizenship are still strictly national matters as are, for the most part, rules on long-term ...


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As far as I know, Portugal requires a person to stay in the country for 5 years to be eligible for applying for a Portuguese passport. I assume you mean: obtaining citizenship, which is a pre-requierment for a Portuguese passport. Then after 1 year due time, he gets a TRC (Temporary Residence Card) and moves to some other country in Schengen (say, ...


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According to Dutch nationality law you can qualify for Dutch citizenship via your parents if they were Dutch at the time of your birth. The nationality of your grandparents is not relevant. So if neither of your parents were Dutch citizens at the time of your birth, then you do not qualify for nationality via descent. Also, Dutch nationality law is very ...


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Not a legal expert, so consider this an educated guess. Place of birth carries some importance when determining Croatian citizenship, but citizenship of parents is much more important and birth in Croatia does not in itself confer Croatian citizenship. Until the early 1990s Yugoslavia consisted of six republics, of which Croatia was one. Every Yugoslav ...


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Have a look at Ukrainian nationality law, specifically the Loss of citizenship section. Automatic loss of Ukrainian citizenship occurs in the event an adult Ukrainian citizen voluntarily acquires a foreign nationality ... It sounds like the above describes your situation accurately. By my reading, the answers to your questions are: You are no longer ...


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Yes, since the Biometric Residence Permit must be replaced when: your UK visa is in a passport that is lost, stolen, damaged, or expired and the BRP is needed to prove your right to work or rent or you are travelling outside the UK. The application can be applied for inside the above link, but only from within the UK. In cases where the passport was ...


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In addition to entering the US with your Canadian passport you'll also need to use that passport to check in for your flight to the US. Otherwise, the airline would require you to have valid ESTA authorization. By checking in with the Canadian passport you will avoid any confusion.


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As @phoog has not updated his answer yet, I'm posting my own. Your son is not yet a US Citizen. Assuming you meet the conditions outlined by @phoog to pass on US Citizenship to your child, special rules apply for the children of US Citizen fathers and alien mothers born out of wedlock: https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/8/1409 The easiest path ...


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The most likely reason is that you’re using the wrong application form and/or you have filled in some information incorrectly. The question ‘which passport did you use to enter the UK’ implies you are in the UK, whereas you state in your question that you’ve never entered the UK. If you’re sure that you’ve selected the right form to apply from outside ...


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The Consular Office Rome site gives no details about passport applications (which I assume would fall within the area of Civic services). So calling them would probably be the best thing to do. The Tourist passport: Persons 16 years and older doc file contains information that may be usefull to read beforhand. this link was found at the South African ...


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How long the Nationalzation process takes, varies greatly depending on your personal situation. In general 6 months can be assumed, after which a Einbürgerungszusicherung (assurance of naturalization) will be issued. In most cases you are then required to relinquish your previous citizenship, which must be completed before the Nationalzation takes place....


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I think it means the place where it's been physically issued to you, so it can be any country other than Italy, otherwise they wouldn't have put the option to begin with if every Italian passport was issued in Italy only. If you've been issued your passport in the UK, just put UK, Indian officials would know anyway that there are consulates, I don't think ...


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Unfortunately the Migrant change of circumstances form is not very clear about the BRP process. The contained link, that may have explained this, is now invalid https://www.gov.uk/biometric-residence-permits/replace-visa-brp What is clear, is that the form must be used to report the changed passport: Passport details: If a new passport has been issued, ...


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The definitive answer is available on the government web site: https://www.gov.uk/overseas-passports This asks a number of questions. Assuming your old passport has expired, it looks like you will have to apply for a brand new passport from scratch. This may involve a passport interview. I think you can do these at your nearest UK consulate.


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Almost certainly not. Your parents will normally have lost their Dutch citizenship when they naturalized in South Africa. Since that was before your birth, they would have had no Dutch citizenship to pass on to you. Your grandparents' nationality is not relevant. However, there are various exceptions and corner cases whereby they might not have lost ...


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I was unable to find a place to get ADIT photos, but my wife did submit two passport styled photos, and the interviewer thought it was fine. And my wife's green card application was approved, and recently got her green card.


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Would it be possible for him to obtain Indian Citizenship for him? (I assume not since he will automatically have US citizenship) No. I want to note that it's not true that he can't have Indian citizenship just because he will automatically have US citizenship. According to India's citizenship act, a child born abroad to at least one Indian citizen ...


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The government website has a checklist you can use. For people born between 1983 and 2000 this is the relevant page. Based on it you’ll be a British citizen if when you were born at least one of your parents was either: a British citizen an Irish citizen living in the UK a citizen of a country that was in the EU or the EEA at the time AND living in the UK, ...


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Ukrainian law is vaguely written in this regard. The constitution says something about single citizenship (“єдине громадянство”), which some interpret as prohibition of dual citizenship and others point out the intent of the legislator was simply to state there’s no such thing as citizenship of something other than the entire country, in particular not of ...


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It is not necessary for a British citizen to work in the UK in order for their spouse's visa application to be successful. But as I'm sure you've observed, the financial requirements on family visa applications mean that a job, or significant savings, is almost always required. However, your circumstances are a bit different, and actually fall outside the ...


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