After You Become a U.S. Citizen, It Is Difficult for You to Lose Citizenship

Help Desk:

I just became a U.S. citizen this year, and I also have citizenship in my home country. 

Because I have a business in my home country and all my children are in U.S. Can I use my home country passport for in and out of the country, and use U.S. passport to enter into the U.S.? or I may lose U.S. citizenship in this way?


Answer:

After you become a U.S. citizen, it is difficult for you to lose citizenship, in the absence of fraud during the citizenship process or the commission of expatriating acts. Use of another country's passport would not rank as an expatriating act, unless you are required to renounce allegiance to the U.S. and do so with the intent of losing U.S. citizenship.

However, There may be chance that you may suffer an extended inspection time upon reentry to the U.S..

 

 

 

 


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