Every nation has its own laws regarding dual citizenship. In some countries, it is not allowed at all. In the United States, you can apply for naturalization without necessarily forfeiting citizenship in your country of origin. Dual nationals are required to obey U.S. laws and maintain allegiance to both countries - the United States and their country of origin.
Dual citizens must also use a United States passport when leaving and entering the country, and they may also need to use a foreign passport in the other country as well. It is best to discuss your case with a Raleigh immigration lawyer so you can receive advice tailored to your individual situation and ensure that you are not jeopardizing yourself or your U.S. citizenship.
Attorney Gardner has traveled around the world and lived in other countries. Her multicultural experience allows her a unique perspective regarding the immigration issues her clients in North Carolina face. Over her years as a Raleigh citizenship and naturalization attorney, she has earned a reputation for elite representation and skilled professionalism in the field of immigration law. Her clients trust her for dedicated advocacy and informed counsel.
If you have questions about how pursuing citizenship in the United States or in another country could affect your current status, contact our legal team at Gardner Law to set up a time to meet with Attorney Gardner or Attorney Douglass. We have the resources necessary to pursue a successful result and we are committed to personal, attentive service for each of our clients. We provide legal services in English and Spanish. Learn more about our firm and schedule your first consultation today.