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 Can U.S. citizens have dual citizenship?

Answer A U.S. citizen can have dual citizenship. Dual citizenship can be acquired by birth, childhood or after already having U.S. citizenship. Citizens of other countries who acquire U.S. citizenship, on... Read More »
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Can Spanish citizens have dual citizenship?

Spain allows its citizens to have dual citizenship with some of its former Latin American colonies: Bolivia, Uruguay, Guatemala, Chile, Honduras, Colombia, Costa Rica, Argentina, Paraguay, Dominica... Read More »
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Can american citizens have dual citizenship with russia?

It is possible for an American citizen to have dual citizenship with Russia. According to the Consulate General of the United States in St. Petersburg, the U.S. government "recognizes that dual nat... Read More »
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Can Americans have dual citizenship?

According to the US Department of State, US law does not require a person to choose one citizenship or another. Individuals who automatically received citizenship to another country aren't at risk ... Read More »
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Can a U.S. President have dual citizenship?

The Constitution of the United States does not specifically prohibit dual citizenship with regard to Presidential eligibility. That being said, the Constitution does state in Article II that only n... Read More »
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