Managing Partner Michael Wildes was recently quoted on a CNN.com article regarding dual citizenship.

In the article, entitled "When one passport isn't enough," Wildes is quoted:

In practice, the naturalization oath means if naturalized citizens were ever faced with a choice of allegiance to the United States or a different nation, they have an obligation to choose the United States, says Michael Wildes, a partner in the New York-based immigration firm Wildes & Weinberg, which has represented high-profile clients including John Lennon and Yoko Ono.

The understanding, Wildes says, is a U.S. citizen will "work in concert with the U.S. Constitution but never against it."


To view the complete article on CNN's website, please click here.

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