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#88277 - 09/22/10 12:40 AM Re: Am I alone or does anyone else feel this way? [Re: teachertraveler8]
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#88282 - 09/22/10 01:37 PM Re: Am I alone or does anyone else feel this way? [Re: teachertraveler8]
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Originally Posted By teachertraveler8
If someone has an American passport, are they allowed to have more than one?
I guess the answer is YES. I know one American with a foreign passport in addition to their American one. The foreign one was obtained because they had married a foreigner.

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#88283 - 09/22/10 01:42 PM Re: Am I alone or does anyone else feel this way? [Re: MadridMan]
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Absolutely correct but contingent upon the country the passport-holder/spouse is from.
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#88284 - 09/23/10 05:23 AM Re: Am I alone or does anyone else feel this way? [Re: Puna]
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I can think of only one major country in the world where 2 passports are forbidden and that is Japan . If a Japanese person decides to apply for a foreign passport they have to relinquish their Japanese passport .
And also , my room mate travels on both a Peruvian and American passport .

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#88285 - 09/23/10 06:36 AM Re: Am I alone or does anyone else feel this way? [Re: teachertraveler8]
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absolutely yes.Of course. The only condition is that when in the territory of THE country, you must carry THEIR passport and under THEIR laws.

so for example, when I go to the USA, I go in with my US passport there. When I come back to France, I enter with my French passport. The same for Spain and Cuba ::)

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#88294 - 09/25/10 01:45 PM Re: Am I alone or does anyone else feel this way? [Re: pedmar]
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AFAIK India also forbids dual citizenship...
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