Do most U.S. immigrants:
really want to be Americans? or
use us and stay loyal to own country?
canada is facing the same problem as the US in this regard. i love that people want to come here but it seems too many just want what we have to offer without actually living as canadians. it bothers me because obviously we have done something right to make our country a place worth moving to but some people just don't seem to understand this.
what's wrong with dual citizenship?
From http://www.uscitizenship.info/citizensh … y-dual.htm
If one takes up citizenship in another country, then the US will consider that person to no longer be a citizen. Incidentally, the same is not necessarily true the other way around. If a person of another country becomes a US citizen then, depending upon the laws of the home country, that country may still consider her/him to be a citizen. There are situations where the US may recognize dual citizenship. For example, a person may have acquired US citizenship through a parent and still be a citizen of another country. The dual citizenship situations generally pertain to citizenship-by-birth, not when the US citizen naturalizes in another country
BTW I love the SNL skit with Christopher Walken saying, " I have dual citizenship, with the United States and Florida.
Sir, Florida is part of the United States.
CW: "Don't push your politics on me buddy!"
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My experience living in New Mexico is that the majority of immigrants maintain loyalty to their country of origin. This State now has two official languages for that very reason. Also, I blame Hispanic culture (and Catholicism) for most of the problems facing this State. Most are proud to be Mexican, while sucking up my U.S. tax dollars. Of course, had I been born in Mexico, I would do the same thing.
by Vicky C.5 years ago
Can a person be a citizen of two countries.Is it possible to be a citizen of two countries?
by Ty4 years ago
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by Melange Space20 months ago
How many Americans will truly leave the US if Trump is elected president?
by mom1016 years ago
Do you agree with dual citizenship? Why or why not.
by theirishobserver.7 years ago
Rand Paul, the Republican US senate candidate, has said he opposes citizenship for children born in the US to parents who are illegal immigrants.
by Kadmiels7 years ago
Are there any Expats on Hubpages?? if so what country are you in ??
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