Is It Possible To Have Dual Citizenship?

Is It Possible To Have Dual Citizenship?

Many individuals come into my office and ask, “Can I have dual citizenship?” Technically, the United States does not like someone having dual citizenship.

An individual can have dual citizenship, like myself for example. I was born in the United States, I am a citizen of the United States. By my birth, because my father was not a citizen of the United States when I was born, I am automatically a citizen of Italy. In those type of instances, we can have dual citizenship.

John Sesini is an experienced immigration attorney with offices in Milwaukee and Green Bay Wisconsin. Contact an experienced attorney to set up an initial consultation and get any questions answered regarding your specific case. 

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