Citizenship

Usually permanent residents may apply for citizenship by Naturalization after a period of residency in the country concerned. Dual citizenship may or may not be permitted.

The Principality will determine if an application for Naturalization can be denied on character grounds, sometimes allowing people to reside in the country but not become citizens. The number of years for residency requirements for citizenship will be determined, including decisions about permanent residents who have been married to a Principality citizen.

Applications forms are available upon request. dept.interior@pmda.org

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