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Thanks for your quick reply. Still, if I have to appear in front of a Spanish official and I'm asked to check the box that "I renounce" and take and oath. Am I understanding correctly that they cannot go to the US Embassy and finalize that renouncing of citizenship on my behalf. I read the information you provided on the links, but I just want to make sure there aren't any lose ends, so it cannot backfire in any way.
The question about being able to claim back my citizenship if I lost it was unanswered. Is it because unless I appear in person at a US Embassy or consulate, there is no way I can lose it. Thanks again.
You would have to take the additional steps I provided in that link in order to truly renounce your U.S. Citizenship. The U.S. won't take away your U.S. Citizenship just because you check a box on a foreign form.
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