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    Hello
    I was born in Canada to american parents and I have lived almost all my live in the US. I am an american citizen. I just found out that I can get a canadian passport which will help me to get a work permit in the UK (where id like to move to) But I am wondering what the consequences will be of getting this passport. Will it affect my american citizenship? Will i have to pay more taxes? Thanks so much

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    Hello
    I was born in Canada to american parents and I have lived almost all my live in the US. I am an american citizen. I just found out that I can get a canadian passport which will help me to get a work permit in the UK (where id like to move to) But I am wondering what the consequences will be of getting this passport. Will it affect my american citizenship? Will i have to pay more taxes? Thanks so much

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      Normally, the U.S. is ambivalent about dual citizenships. So, it really depends on the other country, if they will allow you to be a dual citizen. I can tell you that Canada and most western European countries have no such problem. In fact, there are many who are dual or even triple citizens of the USA, Canada and the UK. As for tax issues, you'd want to talk to a tax person.

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