Loss of US Citizenship?

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Re: Loss of US Citizenship?

Postby carubia » 12 Jun 2014, 19:51

Someone asked her about the 1912 rule in an appointment once and she didn't know what he was talking about. (He didn't actually say, "The 1912 rule.") She was also surprised to learn in an appointment that there are message boards where people discuss applying for citizenship recognition.

The inconsistency in the ways the laws are applied, and the standard of proof required to prove one's case, from consulate to consulate, person to person, and even day to day is probably the thing that bothers me the most about the way these applications are handled.
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Re: Loss of US Citizenship?

Postby mler » 12 Jun 2014, 20:19

Totally agree. Citizenship should not be determined by where you reside.

I hope no one else asks her again about 1912. :-)
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