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British Naturalisation and Letter to Embassy
« on: May 04, 2022, 08:57:07 PM »
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In the process of searching for information about global entry (mentioned in my post here https://talk.uk-yankee.com/index.php?topic=100167.0) I stumbled upon a discussion that recommends sending the following information to the US embassy.
 
"Personally, my recommendation to dual-US citizens or those US citizens intending to naturalize as a non-US national while keeping US citizenship is to submit formal notification to the US embassy/consulate and State in DC making them aware that you never intended nor intend to relinquish US citizenship by becoming also a citizen of the foreign country and using those non-US travel docs.https://www.flyertalk.com/forum/22769014-post41.html [nofollow]

Has anyone on this forum submitted formal notification as recommended here?  Seems over the top, but curious if others have done this and if so what information to include in this formal notification (e.g. passport number, social security number). 



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Re: British Naturalisation and Letter to Embassy
« Reply #1 on: May 05, 2022, 09:07:58 AM »
Hello,

In the process of searching for information about global entry (mentioned in my post here https://talk.uk-yankee.com/index.php?topic=100167.0) I stumbled upon a discussion that recommends sending the following information to the US embassy.
 
"Personally, my recommendation to dual-US citizens or those US citizens intending to naturalize as a non-US national while keeping US citizenship is to submit formal notification to the US embassy/consulate and State in DC making them aware that you never intended nor intend to relinquish US citizenship by becoming also a citizen of the foreign country and using those non-US travel docs.https://www.flyertalk.com/forum/22769014-post41.html

Has anyone on this forum submitted formal notification as recommended here?  Seems over the top, but curious if others have done this and if so what information to include in this formal notification (e.g. passport number, social security number).

You can no longer renounce without paying a hefty fee and going through the legal process. No chance of it happening by accident, if this is what your concern is, so no need for a letter.


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