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D. Peter, Software Developer, B.E (Bachelor of Engineering), Mexico
Answered Dec 17, 2019
Austria has entertained cases of dual citizenship in certain circumstances only. It requires special permission, and the individual must have an important reason for it. Those who receive a second passport without the involvement of authorities may have their citizenship revoked without warning. Peter Handke is officially Austrian. He was given a Yugoslav passport in 1999. A photograph of the passport revealed that his citizenship was indeed Yugoslav.
Handke claimed that he did not possess Yugoslavian citizenship, but he had obtained the passport for the express purpose of traveling. An Austrian newspaper reported that an investigation had been launched in the county concerning the case because, in order to be naturalized as a citizen of another state, Austrians must be granted permission to retain their Austrian citizenship.