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posted 2 years ago
Dual citizenship
Can a U.S. citizen have dual citizenship?
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posted 2 years ago
"Yes, a U.S. citizen can have dual citizenship. Dual citizenship is the status of being a citizen of more than one country simultaneously. Dual citizens have the rights and obligations of both countries' citizenships. There are many reasons why someone might become a dual citizen. Some people are born dual citizens because their parents are from different countries. Others may become dual citizens by marrying someone from another country or naturalizing in another country."