Immigration Law

I Pledge Allegiance: The Naturalization Oath and Dual Citizenship

"[S]ince the United States manifestly cannot alter the relationship that any subject or citizen has with the country of their birth or prior citizenship, the import of the naturalization oath lies exclusively as an expression of American attitude and belief. The requirement to renounce all allegiance to your former country does not mean that you have to cease being a citizen of that country." - Gary Endelman and Cyrus D. Mehta, Dec. 8, 2013.