Countries That Allow Dual Citizenship 2019

Dual citizenship allows a person to be a citizen of more than one country. Many countries around the world allow dual citizenship. Others, however, require its citizens to renounce all citizenship of other nations. Other nations deny citizenship in order to control multiple citizenship.

Even in countries where dual citizenship is allowed, there may be some restrictions. For example, a person with dual citizenship may not be able to serve in the military or hold public office. Some nations allow dual citizenship under specific conditions.

Each country has its own laws surrounding citizenship. In nations where it’s allowed, a person can hold dual citizenship simultaneously if the criteria of each country is met.

As of 2019, there are many countries that allow dual citizenship. Those countries are:

Country Population 2019
Albania2,880,917
Algeria43,053,054
Angola31,825,295
Antigua And Barbuda97,118
Argentina44,780,677
Armenia2,957,731
Australia25,203,198
Bangladesh163,046,161
Barbados287,025
Belgium11,539,328
Belize390,353
Benin11,801,151
Bolivia11,513,100
Brazil211,049,527
Bulgaria7,000,119
Canada37,411,047
Chile18,952,038
Costa Rica5,047,561
Croatia4,130,304
Cyprus1,198,575
Czech Republic10,689,209
Denmark5,771,876
Egypt100,388,073
Finland5,532,156
France65,129,728
Germany83,517,045
Greece10,473,455
Hungary9,684,679
Iceland339,031
Ireland4,882,495
Israel8,519,377
Italy60,550,075
Jamaica2,948,279
Latvia1,906,743
Luxembourg615,729
Malawi18,628,747
Malta440,372
Mexico127,575,529
New Zealand4,783,063
Nigeria200,963,599
Norway5,378,857
Pakistan216,565,318
Panama4,246,439
Peru32,510,453
Philippines108,116,615
Portugal10,226,187
Romania19,364,557
Russia145,872,256
Serbia8,772,235
Slovenia2,078,654
South Africa58,558,270
South Korea51,225,308
Spain46,736,776
Sweden10,036,379
Switzerland8,591,365
Syria17,070,135
Turkey83,429,615
United Kingdom67,530,172
United States329,064,917
Vanuatu299,882