If I have an Egyptian ID but no passport does that make me a citizen? Also, if it does does that mean I can’t get security clearance or what should I do?
Regarding Egyptian Citizenship, this falls under two categories1) Citizenship by birth.
2) Citizenship after birth.
Who is Eligible to Obtain an Egyptian Passport?
Egyptian passports are usually issued to Egyptian citizens for a period of seven years. To apply for a passport,either an Egyptian National ID card is required, or a computerized birth certificate for those below the age of 16. Students must furnish evidence of enrollment at the time of application. Some categories of applicants, mainly first-time applicants who are not students or pensioners, are required to pay a guarantee at the time of application. Applicants with a history of frequent travel are exempted from this requirement.
Where Are Egyptian Passports Issued From?
All Egyptian passports are issued from the Ministry of Interior's Travel Documents, Immigration and Nationality Administration (TDINA) bureaus or from an Egyptian Consulate abroad. The new MRP is currently issued in Egypt only and Egyptian embassies and consulates overseas may only receive applications and return passports to applicants, but cannot print machine-readable documents, and can only issue handwritten emergency passports if required.
For Further Assistance to Obtain an Egyptian Passport, Please Contact The Embassy of Egypt Consular Services:http://www.egyptembassy.net/consular-services/
If I have an Egyptian ID, does does that mean I can’t get security clearance, or what should I do?
Contact your Area Security Officer for the best guidance.
Regarding U.S. Security Clearances...
...You're granted a security clearance when your position requires access to specific information and material.
FYI, having an ID Card, or Dual-Citizenship, may or may not prevent a person from being granted a security clearance. Check with your Area Security Officer, for the most, current, applicable information.
How Do I Obtain a U.S. Security Clearance:
1) Be in a Position that requires having a Security Clearance
2) Be a U.S. Citizen
2) Renounce Citizenship from Country, other than U.S.; when applicable
3) Dual-Citizenship may, or may not impact you being granted a security clearance
4) Check with your Area Security Officer to find out what the process is at their location
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