Borussia Munich League professional Raffael has now received a German passport in addition to the Brazilian one.
“We live many years in Germany and want to stay here after my career. All my children were born here. I feel like a German,”confirmed Raffael of the”Image”newspaper.
Afterwards, not only the 34-year-old, but also his wife Jamilly and the children Raffael Junior (11), Raicky (9), Liz and Lays (both 2) now received German citizenship.
Prior to that Raffael had a citizenship test with 33 questions about German history, There were laws and politics. The professional and his family also fulfilled the other conditions: they live in Germany for at least eight years, have an unlimited right of residence, can earn a living and speak German.