Perhaps it is time to ask that Americans who have passports, have just an Americ

  1. Perspycacious profile image82
    Perspycaciousposted 21 months ago

    Perhaps it is time to ask that Americans who have passports, have just an American passport,?

    Perhaps it is time to ask that Americans who have passports, have just an American passport, or just "that other one."  It seems somehow wrong that American citizens vote in Taiwan elections, or Mexican elections, or any other nation's elections.  Part of TSA screening should screen out dual citizenship "Americans."  Just my humble opinion and sense of what American loyalty entails.

  2. djashburnal profile image81
    djashburnalposted 21 months ago

    But if their dual citizens that means they're not solely Americans, they're American/Taiwanese or American/Mexican.

    It has nothing to do with loyalty, for many of them it boils down to the fact that one parent was an American citizen and the other parent was a citizen from a different country. They are just as much a member of their foreign culture through one parents side of the family as they are members of American culture from our side of the family.

    Also passports aren't used to leave a country, they're used to get back INTO a country. Yes you can get a travel visa to visit a foreign nation but if you're already a Citizen of that nation why not have a passport that will automatically allow you entrance.  Not to mention you are guaranteed entry with a passport where you can be sent back with a visa.

 
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