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Re: Post-naturalisation - whom to inform?

The letter from the Gemeinde I got specifically did say do the grey card and drivers licence. So added to the top post
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Re: Post-naturalisation - whom to inform?

I sent a letter to my children's school and learned that Gemeinde had already informed them about the naturalization.
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Re: Post-naturalisation - whom to inform?

I was surprised how cavalier the whole thing was handled .

For example I wanted to hand in my c Bewilligung at the Kreisbüro and they said just keep it. So I guess I can have the best of both worlds and continue to pretend to be an Ausländer when there is some advantage , at least until the document expires
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