Countries that accept dual citizenship with the United States.
More and more immigrants are demanding dual citizenship. In this case, the laws change in each country. Some allow multiple nationalities and others require relinquishment of the original nationality in order to obtain a second passport.
In form of AmericaThe Nuevo Herald site states that Dual nationality was not permitted in that country until 1967. In any case, it is essential to find a way to request or maintain this status and not automatically lose the citizenship of the country of origin.
Dual citizenship in the United States
Reasons that allow dual citizenship for Americans who want to include other passports are naturalization, marriage, descent, birth, or investment.
One fact that the above note emphasizes is that after the pandemic, the number of Americans who applied for residency or Citizenship through investment programs in Europe such as the Golden Visa, offered by Spain and Portugal.
But there are other dual citizenship options as well.
Here are some examples:
Canada accepts dual nationality with the United States.
– Cuba treats US citizens born in Cuba as Cubans and may be subject to a number of limitations and obligations. To enter and leave Cuba, they must use a Cuban passport. and for leaving and re-entering the United States, American.
As noted above, Cubans with dual nationality who left Cuba before January 1, 1971 may travel to Cuba with their United States passports, but must apply for an HE-11 visa at the Cuban Embassy.
As far as Latin America is concerned, Argentina does not have a dual nationality agreement with that country. However, opting for Argentine nationality does not in any case require renunciation of American nationality or any other place of origin.
– Bolivia also allows dual citizenship. It is restricted only to those who have criminal and police records inside and outside their area.
Meanwhile, Brazil, Colombia and Chile also allow dual citizenship.