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Double Nationality in Mexico

Having double or multiple nationalities can resort to social benefits, property rights and unrestricted residence rights.

Is Mexico allowed double nationality?

Since 1998 the Mexican Nationality Law allows Mexican people to have a nationality other than Mexican. This fact was of great importance because, in fact, double (or multiple) nationality implies an extension of rights for the person who has it. However, there are also responsibilities that come from having more than one nationality, which is important to know.

If I have another nationality besides the Mexican and I go abroad, is there something I should do?

• In terms of travel, when a Mexican person has another nationality, it is important that on his departure to the national territory “he is, without exception, a national” of Mexico (Law of Nationality, art.12).
• If you have dual nationality and you travel to the country of another nationality,
• The obligation to perform military service;
• To face legal proceedings for offenses against the laws of that country, even if committed abroad;
• Fiscal obligations;
• No recognition of your Mexican nationality by the other country;
• Limited consular protection by Mexico.

If you have another nationality, besides the Mexican, and you think you are traveling to the country of which you are also nationals, it is advisable to contact the embassy or consulate of that country closest to your home in Mexico, to know your rights and Obligations Remember that While you are in the country of another nationality, the government of Mexico can not give you consular protection and you will be treated as a national of that country.

In addition, it is important to be sure that having more than one passport can lead to the most stringent security checks by immigration authorities when crossing borders.

Source: Lawyers.com - GAI






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