Imigration

@keljad (69)
Australia
November 5, 2006 8:37am CST
Do you think that if you imigrate to another country you should not have dual citizenship. Or fight for the country you just imigrated from.
2 responses
@ossie16d (11827)
• Australia
5 Nov 06
I think that if a person chooses to live in another country, then after a certain amount of time they should become a citizen of that country. I do not believe in dual citizenship because that means the person has loyalty to 2 countries. If someone wants the benefits of living in a country other than the one of their birth, then they should become a citizen. In my opinion if you choose to make your life in my country, then you should become an Australian. If you don't like that, then don't bother to come here to live. I do not believe anyone can have loyalty to 2 countries and if you make the choice to live anywhere other than where you were born, that is where your loyalty should be. It is all about choices, because nobody forces anyone to emigrate to another country. No apologies for this either and eventhough Australia allows dual citizenship, I believe the majority of the population don't agree with it.
@keljad (69)
• Australia
7 Nov 06
My thoughts exactly it seems only tree huggers and dual citizens have aproblem with this opinion.
@ossie16d (11827)
• Australia
7 Nov 06
Thanks for giving me best response for this discussion. :)