Many countries in the world allow a Dual Citizenship. Dual citizenship is a term used for individuals who carry a citizenship for two countries together. Examples of dual citizenship allowing countries include: United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand, Belgium, Cyprus, Finland, France, Greece, United States of America, Canada, Fiji, Philippines, Samoa, Tonga, Russia, etc. For more information on which countries allow the dual citizenship, please contact us. In order to have a dual citizenship, Canadian being one of them, along with your current citizenship, you need to first be a permanent resident of the country or be a child under the age of 19 of at least one of the Canadian parent. The Canadian parent can then sponsor you to apply for the Canadian citizenship and you can then eventually get your Canadian passport.