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Kindly note that having dual citizenship (Filipino and foreign citizenship) is not automatic upon acquiring a foreign citizenship. A Filipino will lose their Filipino citizenship upon being naturalized as a foreigner, and will have to undergo the process below to reacquire/retain their Filipino citizenship.
Philippine citizenship can be relinquished by making a declaration of renunciation. It is also automatically revoked when a citizen serves in another country's armed forces, swears an oath of allegiance to another country, or deserts the Armed Forces of the Philippines during a time of war.
Re-acquisition of Citizenship. Citizenship may be reacquired, even though it is lost, according to the provisions of the law. There are several ways of reacquiring citizenship. It may be reacquired through naturalization, repatriation, or through direct act of law.
Reacquisition -- For natural-born citizens of the Philippines who have lost their Philippine citizenship by reason of their naturalization as citizens of a foreign country. They are deemed to have re-acquired Philippine citizenship upon taking the Oath of Allegiance to the Republic of the Philippines.
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A. Duly Accomplished Dual Citizenship Application Form. ... B. PSA Birth Certificate. ... C. Latest Philippine Passport (if available) ... D. PSA Marriage Certificate. E. Death Certificate. F. Divorce Decree or PSA Marriage Certificate with Annotation on Divorce. G. US Naturalization Certificate. ... H. Valid US Passport.
The short answer is No. United States allows foreign nationals to naturalize and become U.S. citizens and the country also allows people to hold dual nationality. People who are citizens of foreign countries may become U.S. citizens and they may not be required to give up their current nationality.
Republic Act No. 9225 or the Citizenship Retention and Reacquisition Act of 2003 is a law granting natural-born Filipinos who lost their Philippine citizenship through the process of naturalization in a foreign country, the opportunity to retain or reacquire their Philippine citizenship.
3. For those born before January 17, 1973, of Filipino mothers, and then elects Philippine citizenship upon reaching the age of majority....Dual Citizenship. DocumentsFees (per applicant)Dual Citizenship Documents$ 50Affidavit of Explanation for not submitting Naturalization Certificate$ 25Derivative Dual Citizenship Documents$ 25
The conferment of Philippine citizenship under the IRR shall no longer be subject to the affirmation by the Secretary of Justice. However, Philippine citizenship may be revoked by competent authority upon a substantive finding of fraud, misrepresentation or concealment on the part of the applicant.

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