A noncommercial collection of information about citizenship, dual citizenship and multiple citizenship
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CITIZENSHIP: Information was not provided.
BY BIRTH: Birth within the territory of Guinea does not automatically confer citizenship. The exception is a child born to unknown or stateless parents.
BY DESCENT: Child of a Guinean father, regardless of the child's country of birth. Child of a Guinean mother and an unknown father, regardless of the child's country of birth.
MARRIAGE: A foreign woman who marries a citizen of Guinea is eligible for citizenship.
BY NATURALIZATION: No information was provided.
DUAL CITIZENSHIP: NOT RECOGNIZED.
LOSS OF CITIZENSHIP:
VOLUNTARY: Voluntary renunciation of Guinean citizenship is permitted by law. Contact the Embassy for details and required paperwork.
INVOLUNTARY: The following is grounds for involuntary loss of Guinean citizenship: The person voluntarily acquires a foreign citizenship.
ANY QUESTIONS concerning citizenship, or requests for renunciation of citizenship, should be directed to the address below:
Embassy of the Republic of Guinea Consular Section 2112 Leroy Place, NW Washington, DC 20008
Embassy/Consular Telephone: 202-483-9420 Fax: 202-483-8688
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