Naturalisation means that the citizen will have equal rights and responsibilities as German citizens. They are then able to vote in district, regional and national elections. They can also put themselves forward as a parliamentary candidate, thereby actively representing their interests. They are free to choose their profession in Germany and they will belong to the European Union, enjoy freedom of movement around Europe and they can travel to many countries outside the continent without a visa. Those who have lived in Germany for a long time but are not yet German citizens can become naturalised. This does not happen automatically; you have to apply for it.
Responsibilities & services in Rostock
advice on the prerequisites for German citizenship and the legal consequences
naturalisation within the German Federation
issuing of negative certificates
declaration of German citizenship
issuing of citizenship certificates
carrying out child naturalisation procedures
loss of German citizenship
There are numerous consulates in the city. Here, you can find out about the advice and assistance available for many issues to do with your stay or ...
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