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    UK/NZL
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    UK and north korea
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    I have the option to claim US citizenship, through my father and grandfather, I haven't yet though. I'd like to do it in the year future since my claim is only valid until my 18th birthday.
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    I'm a bit Irish so I'm dual nationality!
    But I don't have the accent as I've never lived there. :sad:
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    (Original post by Shadow Hunters)
    I'm a bit Irish so I'm dual nationality!
    But I don't have the accent as I've never lived there. :sad:
    Do you have an Irish passport? You can't be 'a bit' Irish
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    (Original post by Shadow Hunters)
    I'm a bit Irish so I'm dual nationality!
    But I don't have the accent as I've never lived there. :sad:
    Dual nationality means you're a legal citizen or a passport issued from said country, What does a "bit Irish" ****ing mean in this context?
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    HK, Nigeria, Britain

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    (Original post by Princepieman)
    HK, Nigeria, Britain

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    How'd that happen? Quite an interesting combination!
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    UK/Ireland.

    Considering moving permanently to Norway or Germany, so maybe I can add a third passport to my collection in the future?
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    (Original post by 34908seikj)
    How'd that happen? Quite an interesting combination!
    Grandma on dad's side is from HK, we lived there for a while as a family. Born in Nigeria myself, then bounced around a couple countries as is par for the course for an expat kid with a parent in Oil and Gas; landed here and have been through the whole citizenship thing again.
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    (Original post by Legendary Quest)
    Do you have an Irish passport? You can't be 'a bit' Irish
    Not yet but I am getting one, grandparents are from Ireland and my mum is an Irish citizen.
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    (Original post by 34908seikj)
    Dual nationality means you're a legal citizen or a passport issued from said country, What does a "bit Irish" ****ing mean in this context?
    Okay calm down a bit. Jeez you seem incandescent with rage from your comment! My grandparents are Irish and my mum is an Irish citizen so I am entitled to an Irish passport and am in the process of getting one.
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    (Original post by 34908seikj)
    I have the option to claim US citizenship, through my father and grandfather, I haven't yet though. I'd like to do it in the year future since my claim is only valid until my 18th birthday.
    how old are you now?
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    (Original post by goam)
    how old are you now?
    16, so I have a little bit of time until I need to start the proceedings if you will.
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    (Original post by 34908seikj)
    I have the option to claim US citizenship, through my father and grandfather, I haven't yet though. I'd like to do it in the year future since my claim is only valid until my 18th birthday.
    enjoy the **** load of tax
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    (Original post by Student403)
    enjoy the **** load of tax
    Easy, I won't get a job!
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    UK/ India

    I have an OCI (Overseas Citizen(ship) of India)
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    (Original post by 34908seikj)
    I have the option to claim US citizenship, through my father and grandfather, I haven't yet though. I'd like to do it in the year future since my claim is only valid until my 18th birthday.
    Is it really worth having though? Unless you plan on living there in the future (and why would you want to), then I can't see any value in having a US passport. US citizens who live abroad have to pay American income tax!
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    (Original post by 34908seikj)
    16, so I have a little bit of time until I need to start the proceedings if you will.
    i thought you were 18 or something cos u were teaching me maths
 
 
 
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