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Good Day, I came to Germany as an asylum in Bavaria in October 2014.  In April 2018, I married a German in Baden-Württemberg and received a residence permit (Aufenthaltstitel) .To make it short!  I spent 3 years and 6 months in asylum, while 2 years and 5 months in our happy married life currently going fine.
I had A2 certificate in the integration course and Leben in Deutschland certificate.  We currently live and work in Munich.My question is, I want to apply for German citizenship. Do i have the right to apply for a German citizenship? I will be appreciate any advice, opinions or links. Thanks in advance
asked Aug 24, 2020 in Legal advice by Emmytender

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Hello @Emmytender,

thank you for sharing your question with the Wefugees community.

Your prospects to obtain the german citizenship are fairly good.

Besides the naturalisation test, which you already passed recently, you have to meet a few further prerequisites.

- Try to pass the B1 certificate, A2 is not enough.

- Legal stay in Germany with a residence permit for three years (which will be the case after another 7 months)

- Sufficient health insurance (as you're working, you probably have one)

- Secured livelihood without assistance from the state (as you both working, this is seemingly the case)

- no criminal record

- valid passport

- willingness to refrain from your current nationality (in some cases, dual citizenship is allowed, hence just ask your local naturalisation office if this holds for you).

Your first step now is to make an appointment with your naturalisation authority. You'll then be given a list of all the documents you will have to submit.

I hope my answers were helpful and I’ll be very pleased if you contact me again with further questions. I'm a member of the mbeon-staff and I‘ll be glad to guide over a longer period of time. mbeon is an online advisory service for migrants via the mbeon-app, which you can download on your smartphone for free. You'll find me in the mbeon-app under my location „München” and then my name “Frau Müller“ and get confidential one-to-one advice in a safe virtual room where nobody can read messages. For further information please visit www.mbeon.de.

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Best regards

mbeon-Christine

answered Aug 24, 2020 by mbeon-Christine 1 flag
Hi Christine, thanks for your quick reply. I have another question, am I eligible for permanent residence permit?
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Yes, you're eligible for a permanent residence permit and the conditions are quite the same.
answered Aug 24, 2020 by mbeon-Christine
Thank you very much
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Hello good day
Im bit confuse can someone apply for german citizenship neutralization dircet after three years as you dont mention anythig about permanent resdient?
First permanent residence then nationality or someone can just apply for nationality after 3 years without applying permanent first?
Hope i will get some clue
Best regards
answered Aug 27, 2020 by Musawvir
Hi Musawvir,  we are in the same boat.. I think some one can apply for a German citizenship after 3 years if you met the requirements also successful intergration and (married a German).
Yes this i understand but im married to European women and i have resident permit for 5 years but i have almost two year old son and my son have german nationality by birth ny son hold german passport but i have my resident with my wife so can i also apply after my son is three year old or what i must do
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answered Dec 20, 2020 by Zere
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