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Andreas Moser

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returns 10/14/2016

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Expertise

Extensive experience in international family law, especially international child abductions and child custody cases. All other areas of German law as well: constitutional law, criminal law, business and contract law, immigration law, inheritance law, and so on.

Experience in the area

Lawyer in Germany from 2002 to 2009. Lawyer for US Army JAG Corps before. Bar-certified specialisation in family law and in administrative law. Articles and lectures about international and domestic family law.

Publications

www.andreasmoser.wordpress.com

Education/Credentials

2000 Law Degree from University of Regensburg, Germany 2002 admitted to the bar (until 2009) 2013 MA Philosophy at the Open University, UK


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Recent Answers from Andreas Moser

2016-09-23 Documents for ius sanguinis:

Dear Tyler,    these applications sometimes take years.    There is a huge backlog at the moment because many British with German ancestors are filing after the Brexit decision: https://andreasmoser.wordpress

2016-09-11 StAngRegG and Citizenship by Descent:

Dear Adam,    that is a rather peculiar case indeed.    § 9 I StAngRegG indeed does not refer to the requirement to waive your pre-existing citizenship, as is normally required for naturalization as a

2016-09-10 Wiedereinbürgerung:

Dear Joanna,    besides your mother's marriage, we have another problem: Until 1953, you could only receive German citizenship from your father, bot from your mother. So even if you mother would have remained

2016-08-27 Renewing permanent residence card?:

Dear Camy,    your residence permit in Germany normally expires once you leave Germany for more than 6 months (§ 51 I no. 7 AufenthG) or once you leave with the intention to move to another country (§

2016-08-22 Secondment counting towards naturalisation:

Dear Matt,    the 8 years (which are only 6 years if you speak German at B2 level) do not need to be consecutive. Up to 5 years of a previous stay can be recognised (§ 12b II StAG), so only the last 1-3

 

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