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CLFW and Project Roots help ALL Americans of Lebanese descent residing in the USA to connect with Lebanon and register their births and marriages in the official registry of the Lebanese administration, HASSLE AND CHARGE FREE.

Sign the Lebanese Citizenship Petition *

If you are of Lebanese descent, and you WANT to register in Lebanon because you care, because it is your right; if you believe that ALL people of Lebanese descent all over the world should be able to register their marriages and children in Lebanon because it is their BIRTH RIGHT, please SIGN the petition on the right or HERE, and share it with your friends and relatives! Thank you!

Register in

If you are Not Registered in Lebanon, or if you know anyone who is not, you can fill out the form in the pop-up window or the form HERE to Launch the Registration Process and get the chance to Win Free Tickets to Lebanon during our yearly Mother's Day Lottery (which is separate from our educational trips to Lebanon)! We also need your help in spreading the word about this Free Service!

Join Our Educational Trips to Lebanon

If you are of Lebanese Descent, living in the United States, aged between 20 and 28, and interested in learning more about Lebanon and traveling there in the summer on an Educational Trip, all expenses covered, click HERE. If you also know anyone who can benefit from this offer, please share the website with him/her. This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.

*Currently, the Lebanese law to register vital records in Lebanon and/or regain citizenship is so complicated for immigrants who left before 1932 that the process, in some cases, might take years or fail to achieve satisfactory results. We hope, by this petition, to lobby the parliament to ratify the Lebanese Nationality Draft Law which was Approved by the Cabinet in December 2011 but not put for vote in the parliament. By signing this petition, you will be helping us with this mission to grant Lebanese emigrants their most basic right of registration.