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How do I get dual citizenship in Switzerland?
Last Updated: 23rd January, 2020
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Regarding this, can you have dual citizenship in Switzerland?
Swiss citizenship is based primarily upon jussanguinis (right of blood). This means that citizenship isacquired if born to a Swiss parent.Switzerland has permitted dual citizenship withoutrestriction since January 1, 1992.
Beside above, is it possible to get Swiss citizenship? Swiss citizenship based on residence After you have lived in Switzerland for 12 yearsyou can apply to become a naturalised Swiss citizen,although any years spent in Switzerland between the ages of10 and 20 count as double. If the FOM approves your application,you'll be granted a federal naturalisationpermit.
Similarly, can you have dual citizenship in the US and Switzerland?
The United States is one of the onlycountries in the world that taxes its citizens even whenthey have settled abroad. This means that all Americansliving in Switzerland, even if they have dualAmerican-Swiss nationality, must complete and submit aUS tax return.
How much does it cost to become a Swiss citizen?
However you're also becoming a citizen ofyour canton (county/state) and your community (those are thestrictest with naturalisation and the actual decision makers. Sothe costs will depend on them. The canton will charge up to2000 Francs, the community between 500 and 1000Francs.