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Ted Cruz to Renounce Canadian Citizenship

Nos Nevets Wrote: Aug 20, 2013 1:48 AM
I believe Canada automatically revokes dual citizenship granted at birth if & when the person reaches majority and performs any act as a citizen of the other country, such as voting. Probably being a Senator qualifies. Even if he wanted it, his Canadian citizenship is toast.
WestTexan Wrote: Aug 20, 2013 10:11 AM
Canadian citizenship law has changed thrice in less than 75 years. The Canadian consulate in Dallas couldn't even tell me if I was or still am a citizen of the Dominion. You can hold two passports, and vote in two countries. Only Ottawa's bureaucracy can make that determination.
skytroop6 Wrote: Aug 20, 2013 2:13 AM
You believe, or you know? Since that's not true of American citizenship, why do you think it's true of Canada's? Btw is he going to renounce his Cuban citizenship too? When he was born his father was a Cuban citizen, that makes Cruz a Cuban citizen as well.
Nos Nevets Wrote: Aug 20, 2013 6:12 AM
My siblings were born in Canada to US parents. I am pretty sure they forfeited Canadian citizenship the moment they voted in the states.

How sure are you about the US rules? I think the same applies.
Cuba, ugh.
Nos Nevets Wrote: Aug 20, 2013 1:49 AM
Yes, voting has until recently been universally considered an act only allowed by citizens.