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@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...6yrs

@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...6yrs

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

@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...6yrs

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

@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...6yrs

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

@95Y3K27from British Columbia  answered…2mos

@95GHC59from British Columbia  answered…3mos

@93TNZM9from Alberta  answered…5mos

They can have as many as long as they don’t commit any crimes or acts of terror

@939VV8Rfrom Ontario  answered…6mos

Yes, but they must pass a citizen ship test and follow our customs/culture

@92YHQCV from California answered…6mos

Yes, unless they have committed a very serious crime OR an act of terrorism

@92YHQCV from California answered…6mos

@92YHQCV from California answered…6mos

Yes, unless they have committed either a very serious crime OR an act of terrorism. However, if they're from Countries where people who are Born there can Never leave (e.g., North Korea), then, No

@92YHQCV from California answered…6mos

Yes, unless they have committed either a crime OR an act of terrorism. However, if they're from Countries where people who are Born there can Never leave (e.g., North Korea), then, No

@9334YP3 answered…7mos

No, unless it was acquired from birth (e.g. one US and one non-US parent).

@926W98Jfrom Alberta  answered…8mos

Yes, as long as they're aware of the responsibilities that it entails.

@923Z93G from Pennsylvania answered…8mos

No, revoke the status of those with non-Commonwealth citizenship and halt all immigration

@8ZMHP9HPeople’s Partyfrom Ontario  answered…9mos

yes unless seeking an elected position that may put allegiance to canada at odds

 @8ZH59GG from Washington answered…9mos

 @8VHBC3L from West Virginia answered…10mos

Yes, and expand the possible number of citizenships that one is able to hold

 @8XD6BY6 from Nevada answered…10mos

Yes, unless they have committed a violent crime and/or an act of terrorism

@8Z4SFDMfrom Ontario  answered…10mos

Yes, unless they have committed a serious crime or have committed an act of terrorism

@8Z3M25Qfrom Ontario  answered…10mos

The immigrant's kids can hold a dual citizenship status if their kids were born in Canada.

@8X6L4RSfrom British Columbia  answered…1yr

@8X2LCJJfrom British Columbia  answered…1yr

@charmingsirnick from New Jersey answered…1yr

Yes, and allowed people with roots in other countries to gain dual citizenship as well.

@8W82FZ5 from Colorado answered…1yr

Only if they are in and out of the country for at least 1/2 of a year.

@8W2DG5C from Maine answered…1yr

Yes, but if they get money or fundings for whatever they get less or no money from the United States.

@8VW2QMRfrom Alberta  answered…1yr

Yes, but they should be required to live most of the time in Canada and not expect the the government to bail them out if they choose to live in their country of origin principally.

@8VV2P57from Ontario  answered…1yr

Yes, unless they have a history of motivated crimes against marginalized individuals and regardless, they should not be able to claim citizenship status of more than two nations

@8VTQKZMfrom Quebec  answered…1yr

yes unless they have committed a crime and/or an act of terrorism.

@8VH22SVfrom Alberta  answered…1yr

@8VBTBZ5from Manitoba  answered…1yr

Yes unless they have had not committed a crime in the past 10 years that isn't a crime of murder or anything like that

@8V9VY9Sfrom Ontario  answered…1yr

Yes but if they want to run for office, they should have to renounce their other citizenship

@8V8L4X3from British Columbia  answered…1yr

No, unless the other citizenship is part of a common wealth country.

@8V8B6VDPeople’s Partyfrom Ontario  answered…1yr

@8V23DSQfrom Ontario  answered…1yr

Yes, but only if laws of the countries of their other citizenship(s) permit so.

@8TYWNDPNew Democraticfrom Alberta  answered…1yr

@8TWZL2Kfrom Ontario  answered…1yr

Yes, provided their primary citizenship is Canadian and they are limited to at most one other citizenship.

@8TWDTHBConservativefrom Alberta  answered…1yr

Yes, but only dual with special rules for New Zealand, Australia and the UK.

@8TP6QKS answered…1yr

@8TK96TSPeople’s Partyfrom Alberta  answered…1yr

no but with exemption for immigrants from other commonwealth countries

@8T9X24H from California answered…1yr

@8T25G6Cfrom Ontario  answered…2yrs

Yes but then should switch to all Canadian citizenship within 5 years after immigrating.

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