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Thread: oath of citizenship

  1. #1
    In the oath of citizenship it states that a citizen-to-be gives up "all foreign allegiance." Does this mean that they will automatically lose their citizenship in their home country? Can they hold passports from both the U.S. and their home country?

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    In the oath of citizenship it states that a citizen-to-be gives up "all foreign allegiance." Does this mean that they will automatically lose their citizenship in their home country? Can they hold passports from both the U.S. and their home country?

  3. #3
    Only your home country's government can act in any way on your native citizenship. If your country permits dual citizenship, you can keep it.

    US does not object to dual citizenship, as long as you had it before acquiring US citizenship.

  4. #4
    The US doesn't object to dual citizenship if you acquire another citizenship later either.

    What country is the OP speaking of?

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