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  2. How is it possible to hold both American and Australian ...

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    The easiest way would be to be born in Australia to American parents, or to be born in the USA to Australian parents. Or to be born anywhere in the world to one American and one Australian parent. I think the USA does allow citizens to hold other citizenships. Other countries may not (but Australia does). It used to be more strict.

  3. Child born in Australia at age 10yrs old — Iwi n Aus

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    Australian citizen by birth. Whether you are an Australian citizen by birth depends on the date of your birth. Most children born in Australia before 20 August 1986 are Australian citizens by birth unless one parent was entitled to diplomatic privileges or was a consular officer of another country.

  4. Australian Citizenship - General Options

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    Until 1975 Papua was a territory of Australia and Papuans held a form of Australian citizenship (although they still required a permit to travel to mainland Australia). New Guinea was a United Nations Trust Territory administered by Australia and indigenous New Guineans were classed as 'Australian Protected Persons', or APPs.

  5. American Dual Citizenship - CitizenPath

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    Countries that do not allow American dual citizenship include: Andorra, Austria, Azerbaijan, Bahrain, Botswana, Brunei, Burma, Chile, China ,Czech Republic, Denmark, Ecuador, Estonia, Fiji, India, Indonesia, Iran, Japan, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Kiribati, Korea, Kuwait, Latvia, Lithuania, Malaysia, Mauritius, Mexico, Myanmar, Nepal, Netherlands, Norway, Papua New Guinea, Peru, Poland, Romania, Singapore, Slovakia, Solomon Islands , Spain, Thailand, United Arab Emirates (UAE), Venezuela, and Zimbabwe.

  6. Babies Born in Australia to Foreign Parents Could be ...

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    Did you know that if you are a permanent resident of Australia and your child is born there your child might automatically acquire Australian citizenship?

  7. Australian Citizenship By Descent - Australian Visa Forum

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    Australian Citizenship by Descent. In certain circumstances a person born who is born outside of Australia may become an Australian citizen through their parents' status as an Australian citizen. At the time of the birth at least one of the child's parents must be an Australian citizen.

  8. Australian politicians born overseas jump to clarify ...

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    WA Liberal senator Mathias Cormann was born in Belgium, but said he became an Australian citizen on Australia Day in 2000.

  9. Apply for Australian Citizenship | Requirements - Passportia

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    Our Australian citizenship services. Many people who were born outside Australia, and who have never visited the country, may be Australian citizens through an ...

  10. Confirming your Australian Citizenship or Permanent ...

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    If you were born in Australia before 20 August 1986. your full birth certificate issued by an Australian Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages (RBDM) will suffice to confirm your citizenship, provided your parents were not in Australia as foreign diplomats or consular officers at the time of your birth.

  11. Baby's Citizenship. Mother-USA, Father-AUSTRALIA? | Yahoo ...

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    If it is born in Australia, it is automatically an Australian citizen because its father is Australian. If it is born elsewhere, it qualifies for Australian citizenship by descent which must be applied for but there is no question that it will be granted if the father is on the birth certificate.