As immigration attorneys, most of our clients spend years, thousands of dollars and heartache to become citizens of the United States. Sometimes, though, individuals who are already U.S. citizens affirmatively relinquish their U.S. citizenship; however, there are circumstances in which a U.S. citizen may have done so involuntarily. This article explores the process by which a former U.S. citizen who did not intend to relinquish can request to restore his or her U.S. citizenship.

What is a request for an administrative review of loss of nationality?

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