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How can my Mexican nationality which was obtained through naturalization be revoked?

Article 37, Sub-paragraph B  of the Political Constitution of the United Mexican States, sets forth the following:

Mexican nationality obtained through naturalization shall be revoked in the following situations:

a) For having willingly acquired a foreign nationality;

b) For posing as a foreigner in any public document (i.e., public notarial instruments granted before a Notary);

c) For using a foreign passport;

d) For accepting or using nobility titles which imply submission to a foreign State; and

e) For living abroad for a period of five continuous years.

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