Alper Yilmaz poses with his Austrian passport at his cafe restaurant in Vienna, Austria, on October 31, 2018. Alper Yilmaz is in little doubt as to where he feels at home. "My homeland is Austria, Vienna," he says.
But with a far-right party sharing power and anti-immigration sentiment generally on the rise in Austria, an anxious Yilmaz is one of potentially thousands of Austrians with Turkish roots facing the possibility of losing their citizenship.
 / AFP / JOE KLAMAR / TO GO WITH AFP STORY by Jastinder KHERA
Alper Yilmaz, an Austrian with Turkish roots, poses with his Austrian passport at his cafe in Vienna AFP

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