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@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...6yrs

No, and we should not allow any new immigrants into the country at this time

@988NV6X from Virginia disagreed…2mos

America is a country of immigrants. We are lucky to be here. Why should we deny others the right to live in this amazing place?

@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...6yrs

@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...6yrs

No, and revoke the status for those currently holding dual citizenship

@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...6yrs

Yes, but they should not be able to claim citizenship status of more than two nations

@98ZDSYC from Texas answered…3 days

@98YJK6B from Texas answered…5 days

@98YD7VX from Montana answered…5 days

Yes, but the citizenship on holds its value in the said country/nation they are in

@98Y69XF from Pennsylvania answered…5 days

@98XM6DB from Missouri answered…6 days

yes, they are allowed to hold dual citizenship but must live within state or nation for longer than 4 years

@98X22GK from Michigan answered…1wk

Yes, but only if their other citizenship is of a European nation.

@98WQJJD from Washington answered…1wk

@98TBJWL from Pennsylvania answered…2wks

@98SKN4FProgressive from Minnesota answered…2wks

Yes, if they’ve been granted citizenship to their immigrated nation.

@98RYR9M from Florida answered…2wks

Legal immigrants yes but dreamers should have to give up foreign citizenship first

@98R55B4Peace and Freedom from Ohio answered…3wks

@98QQ7PP from Michigan answered…3wks

@98QP4SW from California answered…3wks

@98Q7FZJ from California answered…3wks

Yes but it should depend on the native country of the person paying for the dual citizenship

@98Q4JX7 from California answered…3wks

This is a state's issue and the federal government must stay out of it unless it threatens national security.

@98PXPCQRepublican answered…3wks

Decent and government alone and inc wereabouts ciztenship and human resources is owner ship without unlimited charges. Slip away inc new Zealand and.japan also Australians and Ireland footprints

@98P6PBN from Michigan answered…3wks

Sure. Innocent until proven guilty. They should be allowed to have what we have. But if they commit crimes, then they shoudn't just lose their citizenship. They should be treated in every single way just like us.

@98MJDGZ from Virginia answered…4wks

Yes, and people should be able to be citizens of all nations, able to live, visit, and work in all of the world, not limited by if they're a citizen or not.

@98LZM9R from Wyoming answered…4wks

No, because the country they live in is the country they must be a citizen in only that country

@98KPG5F from Louisiana answered…1mo

@98JKSYZ from Texas answered…1mo

Yes, but i think it should be considered that we are the only country with no walls or really enforced borders, this can cause problems, so maybe some stricter regulations for getting in?

@98HM5QGIndependent from Texas answered…1mo

Yes. Citizens earned the right to live in another country by making an effort to live there, pay taxes, and abide to the rules of the nation. If they can do that, then they have the right to be a citizen of any country willing to grant citizenship.

@98HCQDR from California answered…1mo

@98H72M9 from New Mexico answered…1mo

@98H6SXYfrom Guam  answered…1mo

Depends on the time of stay. Just like any country, there is a set amount for a dual citizenship.

@98GPQZQ from Ohio answered…1mo

@98GG3V3from Guam  answered…1mo

Yes, but only if coming from a country which supports the US or has a reciprocal agreement

@98FGVKQ from Alabama answered…2mos

Yes, unless the other country in question is under an unambiguously monarchic, theocratic, or dictatorial regime.

@98FFQK7Independent from Colorado answered…2mos

Give them temporary US citizenship until they can be investigated, and documented, and let in, or deported.

@98DS7W8 from Illinois answered…2mos

Yes, but they should only be able to claim citizenship in two nations and should be held to all policies of the nation they are currently in and should serve sentences in the nation they committed the crime with their standard of sentencing.

@98BD7YXRepublicanfrom Guam  answered…2mos

Yes, but only if they pass citizenship legally like everyone else

@98B4H8S from Illinois answered…2mos

@98B2DK6 from Alaska answered…2mos

No. We should revoke and ban dual citizenship and no new immigrants into this country.

@98B2DK6 from Alaska answered…2mos

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