It depends on the country. Some countries’ laws say that if a person naturalizes or becomes a citizen in another country the citizenship is automatically lost.
It is always a good idea to discuss this issue with a legal professional in the specific country.
Also, do not assume that the foreign country’s laws regarding loss of citizenship are the same today as they were even last year.
If you have any questions regarding immigration, please feel free to call me, immigration attorney Shawn Mesa at (813) 679-5780.
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