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Can I have dual citizenship in Canada if I was born somewhere else?

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Hi there, I was born in the UK and I was wondering if I can have dual citizenship if I wanted to become a Canadian citizen, or would I have to give up my British Citizenship?

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  1. michael on Oct 27, 2011 Reply

    Canadian immigration law allows for dual citizenship. However, not all other countries do. Therefore you have to check the rules for both countries first before you know if dual citizenship is an option. Many EU countries allow for dual citizenship for example.

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