Many Germans left their homeland in the 19th century. The reasons for this varied depending on the region. North America was not the only coveted destination for emigrants. Those willing to emigrate also sought their fortune in Central and South America, Russia, Central Asia, Siberia or even in parts of Africa.
Not to be forgotten on the subject of emigration are the "Displaced Persons" (DPs), who were in Germany in large numbers at the end of World War II. Apart from former forced labourers, freed prisoners of war, there were also survivors from concentration camps who for various reasons could not return to their home countries. Many made the decision to emigrate. Until the mid-1950s it was mainly Jews who emigrated to the USA.
The offer of research on emigrants is focused on the southwest of Germany, mainly on the federal states of Baden-Württemberg, Hesse, Rhineland-Palatinate as well as Saarland.
You have German ancestors and would now intent to apply for German citizenship.
We will be happy to carry out the genealogical research for you that is required for this proof.
It is expressly pointed out that by our company only genealogical research is carried out. For legal questions in this context, please contact a law firm specializing in the subject of citizenship.