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Jim in Cancun

Nov 30, 1919, 12:00 AM

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Irene/David(MTY)/oracledba et al: "DUAL" Nationality/Citizenship

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Irene/David(MTY)/oracledba et al: &quot;DUAL&quot; Nationality/Citizenship

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: 6.- The other thing that can complicate the discussion is that it may and vary from country to country. It depends not on the person having the dual whatever but on the 2 governments involved and their views and laws on the subject. Some governments prohibit dual citizenship with some countries but not with others. The U.S. policy (formal and informal)between relations U.S./Canada and U.S./Mexico are very different in these matters and immigration as a whole.<p>Please see my post above concerning this matter. U.S. acceptance of dual citizenship, unless the dual citizen deliberately expatriates him or herself, was determined by a U.S. Supreme Court decision on this question, not by any ad hoc tolerance on the part of the U.S. Government of dual citizenship.
 
 
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