Which country will you choose if you have chance to get dual citizenship?

@femimi (872)
Indonesia
April 14, 2007 7:50am CST
Just to refresh our dreams and our imagination. I'm sure you love your own country right now, but I'm pretty sure you will be happy if someone give you have opportunity to get dual citizenship. So.. which country will you choose ? And why you want to become the citizen in that country? You can give some choices for yourself (so not only one, maybe you can pick two or three... well it's just a wish actually, but it's fun). If me... I will choose Australia besides Indonesia. Australia is not far from Indonesia, so I can go and back easily. I also have relatives there, and the country also nice to have a good job and good education there. The government system also great. The second choice maybe USA, the reason? I choose USA maybe because I think it's a nice country to stay -lol- How about you ??
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@aciddrop (798)
14 Apr 07
i am sure lots of ppl will take the social welfare into consideration for this issue.many chinese would like to settle down in countries like australia or canada because the welfare in these two places is very good.but i would only choose the country that i really like if i can fulfill this lovely imagination.(god if only i could!)i will choose Britan because i like it and my bf is from there:P
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@femimi (872)
• Indonesia
14 Apr 07
-lol- ^_^
@Woodpigeon (3710)
• Ireland
14 Apr 07
I would love to also have Australian citizenship. Two friends of mine emmigrated to Australia and they are loving their quality of life there. It was a huge job and a lot of paperwork and very expensive, so I doubt I would be able to do it. They don;t even have citizenship, just visas, so I bet getting citizenship would be a real nightmare.
@japboy (572)
• Malaysia
14 Apr 07
First,i will choose japan because japan is very nice country and nice view too. I've been there twice and i still not satisfied because the period that i stayed there. I really want to discover more about japan. So, if i can the citizenship in japan, i can go there and stay there for a longer period.Second, i will choose Australia too. I never like the country before, probably because i've never been there.But after i went there (sydney)2 years ago, i've changed my opinion about the country. Thanks to my mother for let me follow her during a visited of my cousin who study there. I really enjoy my days in sydney. I hope i can continue my study there. Then i'll buy a house in Australia and in japan. So, i can go there anytime i want. No worry about where i'm gonna to stay.
@femimi (872)
• Indonesia
14 Apr 07
well... go get your dream then :)
@japboy (572)
• Malaysia
15 Apr 07
thanks..you too..i hope your dream will true.
@ltmoon (1008)
• United States
7 Jan 08
nz!
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@ESKARENA1 (18304)
14 Mar 08
but what would the other half of your duel nationality be? surely, NZ is only one element? blessed be
@anant123 (66)
• United States
15 Apr 07
switzerland...i love this country.... no doubt it comes after our country (india) only but i have fantacies for switzerland....and have a good picture of it in my mind...
• China
15 Apr 07
lol,we share the same wish:switzerland!
@eyewitness (1580)
• Netherlands
14 Apr 07
I don't like my country.I liove in the Netherlands and it's going backwards.Our government is corrupt and we get punished for our honesty and people are getting more poor especially the elderly people. But if i had the opportunity i would go to south Italy.It's so beautifull the people over there the weather. My father wants to go back to Indonesia because he was born there.My second choise would be Canada or Malaysia because i have family over there so it would be more easy for me.But if i go i want my family to come with me because i rather die with them in some other country than without them.
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@femimi (872)
• Indonesia
14 Apr 07
Are you from Indonesia?
@mlgb_24 (638)
14 Apr 07
if i'm in america, i would choose USA coz they do dual citizenship..but i'm in UK and they don't...australia is a good idea too..good place, great life. and weather's great, lol!
@femimi (872)
• Indonesia
14 Apr 07
Well.. Aussie will get many new citizens then -lol-
@kharl143 (343)
• Philippines
14 Apr 07
i think il go for the united kingdom.because they have a big exchange rate when it comes to there monetary value.my second choice would be at guam.since my relatives are there..
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@femimi (872)
• Indonesia
14 Apr 07
wow... big exchange rate can make your big interest to become citizen :D
• India
15 Apr 07
I like get dual citizenship in USA because i like it very much not of its big buildings , but of its economic condition and also the developing countrry..so i like to go there
• China
15 Apr 07
Well, I have to think about this question. Which country I want to choose to settle down? I've never been in a foreign country until now. I want to go, to experience foreign culture. I'm a chinese. If I've given the opportunity to get dual citizenship, I prefer Australia, which is the country I dream of.
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@simplycza (1480)
• Philippines
15 Apr 07
hmn... maybe i'll choose US citizenship, canada and Singapore. i find this place with lots of job opportunities and i can relate to their language as english is use in this places.
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• Canada
15 Apr 07
I have Indian citizen but if i get immigration to Australia or Canada i will be happy to have it.
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@easyzheng (666)
• China
15 Apr 07
Australia is also my priority. I don't think it's a place where you can find a good job. Actually, many people there have difficulty finding a good job or a job with good salary. I love that country because its beautiful landscapes, and the most important is this country is always in peace without terrorism or wars. I love to live in somewhere with peaceful and easeful envirenment.
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@neglitex (347)
• Latvia
15 Apr 07
For now I'm from Latvia but if I had the chance I'd probably choose Germany, United Kingdom or Italy. Germany because i just love German people :). Uk because I think it's a great country. And Italy because i was in Italy once and I loved it :D
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@fredgame (1264)
• China
15 Apr 07
well with something that makes someone interested in some places. if i can i'll choose Englang, the reason being that it's liberal and no much of racism is heard there. there is that kind of freedom of friendship without the thought of one's race just like U.S.A good to travel for experience and oher opportunities too.
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@fpd1955 (2075)
• United States
15 Apr 07
I am a U.S. citizen. I have Irish heritage, so I would select Ireland if I were to have dual citizenship.
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• United States
15 Apr 07
Besides my U.S. citizenship, I would want both French and Italian citizenship. the reseson is simple, they both are beautiful countries and I would like to live there. If I am to dream , I'll dream big. I would have a little cottage in the south east of France and a villa in Tuscany.
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@kkerix (403)
• United States
15 Apr 07
i am in the usa, hawaii. i would chose china, one of the oldest nations on the planet. the largest population, so much to see.
• Indonesia
15 Apr 07
i would like to get singapore nationality, i think it's very safe country, also i have a family there, more over i think i will not get difficulty to adapt there
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@joy358 (491)
• Philippines
15 Apr 07
I am a citizen of the Philippines and if I was given a chance to have dual citizenship I would choose to become a citizen of the USA because most of my friends and relatives are already there. Also I believe that there will be lots of opportunities for me in the US. Aside from the US, I'd also like to become one of the citizen of one European country, perhaps France or Italy because I'd really like to experience living there. LOL!