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How to renounce citizenship of Poland?


MoOli 9 | 484
13 Nov 2012 #1
I got my children Polish citizenship in 2000 when they were underage now that one is an adult cannot get security clearence to work as an engineer in a top security project cuz of that I feel guilty and dont know how to?Anyone with experience?We will be going to NY Polish consulate tomorrow to find out as he has only 3 months to do it.He is American by birth.
xzqbq7 2 | 104
13 Nov 2012 #2
All he needs to do is to renounce it. Sign a little paper at the consulate, send it, and he is done. That easy.
1jola 14 | 1,879
13 Nov 2012 #3
He is American by birth.

cannot get security clearence to work as an engineer in a top security project cuz

Because your child is Polish? Is that in Russia? You should see a doctor.
OP MoOli 9 | 484
13 Nov 2012 #4
I think you need to do that as in US to get top security clearance is not easy,esp if one needs to work in a sensitive area,for eg look at the general now had to resign cuz of his affair which is personal.Get your facts str8 and educate yourself.
Grzegorz_ 51 | 6,163
13 Nov 2012 #5
I think it's the same in many countries including Poland. If you want to work for some gov institutions, you must not posses any other citizenship.
f stop 25 | 2,513
13 Nov 2012 #6
All he needs to do is to renounce it. Sign a little paper at the consulate, send it, and he is done. That easy.

it's not done until Polish government approves it, which is not a given.
pantsless 1 | 267
13 Nov 2012 #7
Dual citizenship does not disqualify you from getting a security clearance.

And considering the advantages of having Polish/EU citizenship (and the hassle of trying to get it back in a later point in time, if even possible), I feel its silly to give up something as serious as citizenship for a one-time project.


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