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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 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 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 Canadian citizen hold a dual Canadian-American citizenship?

A Canadian citizen can hold a dual American-Canadian citizenship. The dual citizen must obey the laws of both countries. The United States requires the use of a U.S. passport to enter the country.S... Read More »
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Does a British citizen lose his citizenship if he acquires citizenship of the United States?

A British citizen will not have his citizenship taken away if he acquires citizenship in the United States. Britain is one of many countries that allows and recognizes dual citizenship.References:U... Read More »
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