List of Countries Allow or Restrict Dual Nationality

Dual NationalityEach nation has its own nationality laws and there are numerous ways to apply for nationality in a country, descent, marriage, naturalization or marriage. Some countries like Austria, Cyprus, St.Kitts even grant citizenship by monetary investment in their country.

Dual nationality has been in a large amount of the discussion over the years. developed countries such as US, Australia, UK,Switzerland have no issues and restrictions on holding dual Citizenship, while countries such as Austria, India, Singapore, Saudi Arabia do not “identify” or “limit” dual citizenship, leading to automatic loss of nationality upon obtaining other. Some countries such as Austria, Spain might still award dual nationalities upon firm special situations below special cases like celebrities.

There are following list of countries which permit and do not permit dual nationalities. We have gathered the list through our general research of dual nationality information in different countries.

Dual Citizenship Allowed:

Australia, Barbados, United Kingdom, Switzerland, South Korea, South Africa, Egypt, Iraq, Italy, Israel, Ireland, Hungary, Iceland, Belgium, Bangladesh, Canada, Cyprus, United States, Sweden, Slovenia, Syria, Serbia, Armenia, Lebanon, Malta, Spain Greece, France, Finland, Germany, Tonga, Phillipines, Romania, Sierra Leone, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Portual, Turkey.

Dual Citizenship Not Allowed

Andorra, Austria, Azerbaijan , Denmark, Fiji,India,Indonesia, Ecuador, Estonia, Iran, Poland, Papua New Guinea, Brunei, Japan, Peru, Burma, Venezuela, Norway, Zimbabwe, Bahrain, Botswana, Japan, China ,Czech Republic, Kuwait , Kenya, Kazakhstan, Chile, Kiribati, Poland, Korea, Slovakia, Ecuador, Lithuania, Solomon Islands ,Fiji ,Malaysia, Mauritius, Netherlands, Kuwait, Denmark, Latvia, Singapore, United Arab Emirates (UAE), Thailand, Mexico, Nepal, Mauritius, Myanmar, Nepal

Pakistan Allow dual Nationality only with the below Countries:

United Kingdom, Italy, Switzerland, Canada, Iceland, Australia, New Zealand, Sweden, France, Belgium, United States, Ireland, Netherlands, Egypt, Jordan and Syria

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