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 Can a U.S. citizen have dual citizenship with another country?

Answer A United States citizen can have dual citizenship with another country. The U.S. State Department allows dual citizenship in cases where a person acquires dual citizenship at birth, during childhoo... Read More »
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Can a Canadian citizen have a dual citizenship with the U.S.?

A Canadian citizen can have dual citizenship with the United States. Both the U.S. Department of State and Citizenship and Immigration of Canada recognize dual citizenship. Canadian citizenship law... Read More »
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Can a U.S. citizen become an E.U. citizen and have dual citizenship?

Although it is discouraged, a U.S. citizen can obtain dual citizenship with most European countries. A U.S. citizen can lose his citizenship if he does not follow U.S. laws, voluntarily renounces h... Read More »
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Can I have dual citizenship with the Netherlands?

Yes, dual citizenship is allowed in the Netherlands, as over 1.1 million people of Dutch nationality have citizenship in more than one country. Nearly half of those dual citizenship people have a M... Read More »
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Does trinidad have dual citizenship with the u.s.?

A person can have dual citizenship in both the United States and Trinidad and Tobago under certain conditions. Because Trinidad and Tobago passed a Dual Citizenship Act in 1988, a person born in Tr... Read More »
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