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Just found you this morning and like some of your observations. Will be back.
Quick question. I know where my home country (Canada) stands on dual citizenship but what about Mexico? Can I retain my Canadian citizenship and obtain Mexican citizenship?
You can apply for dual citizenship in Mexico, but it is not a quick process. The expats in SMA explained it to me this way, but you should check with the Mexican embassy in Canada to get the exact process. You have to live on an immigrant visa for a term (I think it is 5 years) then as a permanent resident (another 5, I believe), and then you can apply. But you have to have been a full-time resident of Mexico do to this.
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