The information you have provided is incorrect

When UDI is assessing whether you should lose your citizenship, we will always consider whether you can be granted another type of residence permit.

Revocation of citizenship often starts by UDI receiving information from other authorities, for instance NAV or the police, indicating that someone has been granted residence on the wrong basis.

Sometimes UDI receives new information that makes it necessary to take a closer look into your case. For example, an application for family reunification may contain different information than previously provided, or an application for asylum from another family member contains contradictory information.

Your citizenship may be revoked if it turns out that you have intentionally provided us with incorrect information.

UDI also receives tips from private individuals, and we are aware that this may be based on misunderstandings or motivated by revenge. Many of these tips are therefore not investigated any further.