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if I had citizenship to a country and renounced it, then had kids. could my kids still get citizenship? just because I didn't want it doesn't mean that they wouldn't like it.
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if I had citizenship to a country and renounced it, then had kids. could my kids still get citizenship? just because I didn't want it doesn't mean that they wouldn't like it.
It depends on the country. I am possibly planning to do a similar move by renouncing to my Italian citizenship. Which country are you referring to?
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It would depend which country, where the children were born and possibly the nationality of their grandparents.
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It depends on the country. I am possibly planning to do a similar move by renouncing to my Italian citizenship. Which country are you referring to?
the user said Iraq somewhere I think they edited it tho
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Iraq!
I am not sure, I think it would be best to contact the Iraqi Embassy in London for more information.
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(Original post by londonmyst)
It would depend which country, where the children were born and possibly the nationality of their grandparents.
kids born in UK, grandparents are Iraqi girl and Kuwaiti dude
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I am not sure, I think it would be best to contact the Iraqi Embassy in London for more information.
oh yeah I recommend this
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the user said Iraq somewhere I think they edited it tho
yes Iraq.
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kids born in UK, grandparents are Iraqi girl and Kuwaiti dude
I think it's unlikely you'll find experts on Iraqi or Kuwaiti citizenship laws on The Student Room.

Perhaps contact the relevant embassies for information, or qualified lawyers in Iraq and Kuwait who specialise in citizenship cases.
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I think it's unlikely you'll find experts on Iraqi or Kuwaiti citizenship laws on The Student Room.

Perhaps contact the relevant embassies for information, or qualified lawyers in Iraq and Kuwait who specialise in citizenship cases.
thanks g I will tell my bro now 🙏
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