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CANADIAN CITIZENSHIP vs. GREEN CARD

CANADIAN CITIZENSHIP vs. GREEN CARD

Old Mar 26th 2003, 5:40 am
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Rr
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Default CANADIAN CITIZENSHIP vs. GREEN CARD

Hello,
My friend's cousin won the green card lottery.
She has dual citizinship - Canadian and one from her former country of
residence.

QUESTION: What happens with Canadian citizenship if a person get a green
card and lives in the States? Any requirements or limitation concerning
that?

Than you.
 
Old Mar 26th 2003, 5:51 am
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Andrew Miller
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Nothing happens to Canadian citizenship.

Canadian citizens are not required to live in Canada for any period of time.

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    > Hello,
    > My friend's cousin won the green card lottery.
    > She has dual citizinship - Canadian and one from her former country of
    > residence.
    > QUESTION: What happens with Canadian citizenship if a person get a green
    > card and lives in the States? Any requirements or limitation concerning
    > that?
    > Than you.
 

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