The big yellow envelope ARRIVED!

Old Feb 21st 2003, 3:25 pm
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Dear Nina

Srecno i sve najbolje! = Good luck and all the best!

Do let us know how you get on.

Cheers
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Old Feb 23rd 2003, 1:00 am
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The reason I asked is that as far as I know, Dutch citizens lose their
citizenship automatically when they naturalise in a foreign country.
http://www.minjust.nl:8080/c_actual/persber/pb0683.htm

Some European countries, like Malta and Sweden, have scrapped
restrictions on dual citizenship in the last few years. You should
keep in touch with what's happening in Holland.

I don't know about Serbian citizenship.

Jeremy

    >On Fri, 21 Feb 2003 16:08:46 +0000, Nina wrote:
    >Jeremy,
    >Thanks for the congratulations.
    >We are now both Serbian and Dutch nationals. From what I read I guess in
    >two years we can also apply for the Australian passport.
    >We can start a collection of passports...
    >Regards,
    >Nina
    >Out of interest, are you Dutch nationals now, or Serbian, or both?
    >Jeremy
    >This is not intended to be legal advice in any jurisdiction
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Old Feb 24th 2003, 8:35 am
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Thanks Jeremy,

Before we go I will certainly check out what the latest policy is.
And then of course after two years we will see if everything will stay the same (both in Australia as here).
I have read the Australia allows dual nationality only since 2001. You never know if they will reverse this within two years.

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Old Feb 26th 2003, 9:00 am
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    >On Mon, 24 Feb 2003 09:35:12 +0000, Nina wrote:
    >Thanks Jeremy,
    >Before we go I will certainly check out what the latest policy is.
    >And then of course after two years we will see if everything will stay
    >the same (both in Australia as here).
    >I have read the Australia allows dual nationality only since 2001.

Australia has *always* allowed dual nationality for those becoming
Australian, provided their former country allowed them to keep
citizenship.

For Australians acquiring a citizenship elsewhere, the rules changed
on 4 April 2002.

    > You
    >never know if they will reverse this within two years.

Unlikely - citizenship rules are not changed very often.

Jeremy


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