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Can I Still Use My Birth Country Passport After I Get U.s. Citzenship?

Discussion in 'US citizenship' started by darkeye50, Oct 2, 2016.

  1. darkeye50

    darkeye50 Junior Member

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    After i get u.s. citizenship, i plan to live in my country which doesn't allow 2 citizenship so i don't want my birth country to know that i am u.s citizen.

    if i want to come to u.s again, will my birth country know that i am u.s. citizen? what type of visa should i get when i want to come to u.s. again?
     
  2. Ron Gotcher

    Ron Gotcher Attorney at Law

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    Yes, you may do that. Use your US passport to enter the US and your other passport to enter your native country.
     
  3. New Guy

    New Guy Senior Member

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    Some countries require that you surrender the passport once you obtain citizenship from another country.
     

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