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 Is dual citizenship allowed in the Philippines?

Answer The Philippines allows its residents to hold dual citizenship. The Citizenship Retention and Re-acquisition Act of 2003 allows all Philippine citizens who become citizens of other countries to reta... Read More »
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Does the UK allow dual citizenship?

The United Kingdom allows dual citizenship. You do not need to give up your current nationality or citizenship to become a British citizen. If, however, you are already a British citizen and you wi... Read More »
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Does the us allow dual citizenship?

The United States government does sometimes permit dual citizenship. If a person is born in another country, but is born to parents who are U.S. citizens, that person can be a U.S. citizen and a ci... 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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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 »
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