- Jan 22, 2007
Sounds familiar. A Croatian passport might be useful to you now that it's part of the EU. I've only got one of those.
Btw, I'm not sure Croatia allows dual citizenship with another European country anymore (although I might be totally wrong). I have relatives (born in Bosnia, holding a Croatian passport and living in Germany) who had to choose. One of my cousins chose Croatian and had heaps of issues later on.
Aiming to have an Aussie passport in two or so years - just to make things easier. And then find a spouse with an exotic passport... ^^
Generally German's don't let you have dual citizenship. Some of my relatives were born in Bosnia and Herzegovina, not sure where this country called Bosnia is?
I have cousins in the USA/Canada that have USA/Canadian plus Croat and Bosnia and Herzegovina passports with no problem.
Only reason I need a Bosnia and Herzegovina passport is because of the restrictive land ownership laws in BiH.
Australia doesn't care how many passports you have, as long as you go through their processes.