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Old Jun 22nd 2008, 10:55 am
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Does anyone know if the rules for immigration to alberta are different, for my hubbie and i? he holds uk pasport I hold dutch one (the netherlands)
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It's exactly the same, seeing as you both are European Union citizens.
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Does anyone know if the rules for immigration to alberta are different, for my hubbie and i? he holds uk pasport I hold dutch one (the netherlands)
Same rules.

But have you thought about getting a British passport anyway? The reason for this is that if you plan to become a Canadian citizen in due course, you could lose your Dutch citizenship. But you will keep British citizenship.


As far as I know, under Dutch law currently, if you are married to a British citizen you will be able to keep Dutch citizenship alongside becoming British.

How long have you lived in the U.K.?
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you can keep dutch citizenship provided not naturalised.

if naturalised you lose it after being outside the EU for 10+ years.

there goes mine...*sigh*
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you can keep dutch citizenship provided not naturalised.

if naturalised you lose it after being outside the EU for 10+ years.
There is no distinction between Dutch citizenship acquired by naturalisation and any other way:
http://www.minbuza.nl/en/welcome/Dut...ch_nationality
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Yes there is JAJ, if you acquire dutch citizenship by naturalisation - as I have, hence I've researched it - then if you have another citizenship prior to that and you live outside the EU for 10+ years you stand to lose it.

I've got hte links at home - i'm at work at current- i'll post them this evening.
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Yes there is JAJ, if you acquire dutch citizenship by naturalisation - as I have, hence I've researched it - then if you have another citizenship prior to that and you live outside the EU for 10+ years you stand to lose it.
This is what the Dutch Ministry says:
http://www.minbuza.nl/en/welcome/Dut..._dutch_na.html

Bear in mind that some dual Dutch/other citizens are that way from birth, and some naturalised Dutch citizens do not have any other nationality.

There is a way to avoid loss under the 10+ rule if you keep your Dutch passport renewed. However, acquiring citizenship of the new country will cause loss of Dutch citizenship under other provisions.

If you have official links that contradict this then it will be interesting but the sources I have linked to come direct from the Dutch authorities.
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thanks for all your input! I was born in Holland of dutch parents and have held a dutch passport my whole life. I have been married to an englishman for 6 years and lived in the uk since 1988!

I left Holland when i was 2 and was always led to believe you could not hold more than one nationality at the time if both were EU, certainly when my son was born he was given both a dutch and english passport but told he would have to choose between one or the other when he was 18.

Any way what i wanted to know has been answered by your good selves!

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Yes there is JAJ, if you acquire dutch citizenship by naturalisation - as I have, hence I've researched it - then if you have another citizenship prior to that and you live outside the EU for 10+ years you stand to lose it.

I've got hte links at home - i'm at work at current- i'll post them this evening.
Hi.

Where in Holland are you?
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Ireland but dutch. you?
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Scottish but living in Baarn, Holland.
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have you read the book the undutchables? colin white and laurie boucke if memory serves?
its brilliant.
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No, but read the xenophobe's guide to the Dutch. Things made a lot more sense after reading it.
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get the undutchables. its a hoot and a half. we went htrough five copies in a family of four on sheer wear and tear, and it 'walking' to friends.
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Hi.

Where in Holland are you?

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