Can a Brazilian have dual citizenship?

Can a Brazilian have dual citizenship?

Citizenship in Brazil is based primarily on jus soli (right of the soil). Thus, generally, anyone born in Brazil acquires citizenship at birth. Dual citizenship has been permitted without restriction since June 9, 1994.

Can I lose my Brazilian citizenship?

According to the Brazilian constitution, Brazilian citizens who acquire another nationality may lose Brazilian nationality. Those who lost Brazilian nationality due to naturalization in another country may apply for its reacquisition on the condition that they will renounce the other nationality.

Do you have to be an Australian to be a dual national?

Many Australians hold two or more nationalities. As well as holding Australian citizenship, they are citizens (or ‘nationals’) of another country. If you are a dual national travelling to the country of your other nationality, you need to know how your citizenship can impact you. Explore this page to learn about:

Can a dual national live in another country?

A country could consider you a national even if you don’t accept that nationality. You could be a dual national with another country if you: have a parent who is a national of that country (citizen by decent) Many countries ban their citizens from giving up their nationality. Some allow it, though only through a formal process to renounce it.

What are the benefits of dual citizenship in Australia?

Dual citizenship facilitates travel, business and work opportunities for individuals, and awareness has increased, in both ‘sending’ and ‘receiving’ nations, of national level benefits.

How do you get dual citizenship in Brazil?

When there is a recognition of original citizenship by foreign law, Brazil allows dual citizenship. In this case, the individual must be a citizen of a foreign country by merit of birth or descent, rather than naturalisation, to be allowed dual citizenship.

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