#1
So, there's this girl I've been with for a while now, and I plan on asking her to marry me.

She's American though, and been here for quite some time however. If we get married on Canadian soil, will she gain Canadian citizenship?
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#5
Congrats on the future proposal, toothpaste.
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#7
Just dont dump her when she complains about the ring

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E-cookie to whoever gets the reference


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#12
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lol i remember that thread



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#13
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#15
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would she get dual citizenship?

Usually dual citizenship happens at birth; you are born in a country that automatically gives citizenship to anyone who is born there, but the parents are American (or some other country that functions as we do), automatically making them an American citizen.

So in answer to your question, I doubt it.
#16
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#17
At least in USA, Israel, and Argentina, she would gain so I think that yes.
Good luck and congratulations if she accepts.
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#18
you should ask a Canadian lawyer or immigrations officer.
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