Countries That Allow Dual Citizenship 2020

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:

Countries That Allow Dual Citizenship 2020

Country Population 2020
Albania2,877,797
Algeria43,851,044
Angola32,866,272
Antigua And Barbuda97,929
Argentina45,195,774
Armenia2,963,243
Australia25,499,884
Bangladesh164,689,383
Barbados287,375
Belgium11,589,623
Belize397,628
Benin12,123,200
Bolivia11,673,021
Brazil212,559,417
Bulgaria6,948,445
Canada37,742,154
Chile19,116,201
Costa Rica5,094,118
Croatia4,105,267
Cyprus1,207,359
Czech Republic10,708,981
Denmark5,792,202
Egypt102,334,404
Finland5,540,720
France65,273,511
Germany83,783,942
Greece10,423,054
Hungary9,660,351
Iceland341,243
Ireland4,937,786
Israel8,655,535
Italy60,461,826
Jamaica2,961,167
Latvia1,886,198
Luxembourg625,978
Malawi19,129,952
Malta441,543
Mexico128,932,753
New Zealand4,822,233
Nigeria206,139,589
Norway5,421,241
Pakistan220,892,340
Panama4,314,767
Peru32,971,854
Philippines109,581,078
Portugal10,196,709
Romania19,237,691
Russia145,934,462
Serbia8,737,371
Slovenia2,078,938
South Africa59,308,690
South Korea51,269,185
Spain46,754,778
Sweden10,099,265
Switzerland8,654,622
Syria17,500,658
Turkey84,339,067
United Kingdom67,886,011
United States331,002,651
Vanuatu307,145