Dual Citizenship Agreements

Note: Dual nationality is not recognized by the Democratic Republic of the Congo. The same source, however, indicated that “a child born abroad and obtaining the nationality of the country of birth may retain dual nationality until the age of 21. The person then has 12 months to renounce foreign nationality or Congolese citizenship is revoked.┬áThat is the reference. Most U.S. countries allow dual citizenship, some only for citizens by ancestry or with other countries, usually also in the region with which they have agreements. Some countries (for example. B Argentina, Bolivia) do not allow their citizens to renounce their citizenship, so they also retain them when naturalizing in a country that prohibits dual nationality. Most countries in the region respect unconditional jus soli, that is: a child born there is considered a citizen, even if his parents are not. Ben Zygier`s associated case sparked a debate about dual citizenship in Australia. [85] Reference: Dual citizenship is not recognized by the Republic of Kazakhstan. The Republic of Kazakhstan allows the return to Kazakhstan of individuals and their descendants who have been forced to leave Kazakhstan during major periods of repression and forced illiberalization, other periods of inhumane political actions and also the return of ethnic Kazakhs living in other countries. That is the reference.

Dual nationality can be beneficial for tax optimization purposes. For example, some countries only tax the income of that country and are not subject to capital gains taxation. This allows investors to manage their assets more efficiently and efficiently. Many countries allow foreigners or former citizens to live and work there indefinitely…