Can a U.S. President have dual citizenship?

Answer 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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Can a dual citizenship holder be president of the u.s.?

The requirements for Presidency of the United States state that the president must be a "natural-born" citizen. According to the United States Constitution, a natural-born citizen is either born o... Read More »

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 »

Can you have dual citizenship in the USA& New Zealand?

Yes. Both the United States of America and New Zealand allow dual citizenship, meaning one can be a citizen of both nations at the same time. The U.S. government allows dual citizenship but, becaus... Read More »

Can a Filipino have dual citizenship?

Filipinos are able to receive dual citizenship if they are born in the Philippines. These citizenships can be obtained in countries that recognize dual citizenships, such as the United States and F... Read More »