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[Please refer to How to Read a Country Entry for help interpreting this material. It was produced prior to March 2001 as part of a US government report entitled Citizenship Laws of the World. The accuracy and depth of these country listings varies significantly, and some information may be incorrect. At best, this page presents only part of the story for a particular country. Additional information for this country may be available in Country Information]


CITIZENSHIP: The Federal Republic of Yugoslavia was proclaimed on April 17, 1992 as the union of the republics of Serbia and Montenegro. Yugoslavia has been suspended from the United Nations and does not have a diplomatic mission in the United States. No information was provided.

ANY QUESTIONS concerning citizenship, or requests for renunciation of citizenship, should be directed to the address below:

U.S. Department of State 2201 C St., NW Washington, DC 20520-4818

Consular Telephone: 202-647-3445 Desk Officer: 202-647-7480


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