>Where can I find in the CONSTITUTION of LIBERIA that
>says....DUAL CITIZENSHIPS are NOT ACCEPTABLE???
Look here Noko4, I really do not understand your stand on this issue. You are always asking this same question whenever the issue of dual citizen in Liberia comes up. Why don't you ask your lawyer to translate the articles on Citizenship in the 1986 Liberian Constitution to your understanding? The English language as is written in that document is to me, straight forward for anybody with a genuine high school diploma.
But let me make it simple for you: This is what is written in the Liberian Constitution of 1986, on the issue of Liberian Citizenship, and please tell this forum what you do not understand. Please focus more on Article 28. If this is still not clear to you, I recommend you see your immigration lawyer.
CONSTITUTION OF THE REPUBLIC OF LIBERIA (1986)
CHAPTER IV - CITIZENSHIP
All persons who, on the coming into force of this Constitution were lawfully citizens of Liberia shall continue to be Liberian citizens.
In order to preserve, foster and maintain the positive Liberian culture, values and character, only persons who are Negroes or of Negro descent shall qualify by birth or by naturalization to be citizens of Liberia.
The Legislature shall, adhering to the above standard, prescribe such other qualification criteria for the procedures by which naturalization may be obtained.
Any person, at least one of whose parents was a citizen of Liberia at the time of the Person’s birth, shall be a citizen of Liberia; provided that any such person shall upon reaching maturity renounce any other citizenship acquired by virtue of one parent being a citizen of another country. No citizen of the Republic shall be deprived of citizenship or nationality except as provided by law; and no person shall be denied the right to change citizenship or nationality.
If you have chosen to become a US citizen, I can then see your frustration with this Article, but no amount of your writing can change that fact that you have lost your Liberian citizenship for now. Have yourself a good day.