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Discussion in 'Announcements' started by Dubious, May 13, 2019.
Can a Pakistan citizen be a citizen of another country and still be a citizen of Pakistan??
Some countries allow dual citizenship status with Pakistan!
American citzen living in US since a young child parents also both American citizens !!
@PAKISTANFOREVER @assasiner @SSGcommandoPAK @HRK
@Asimz @Maarkhoor @S.Y.A @TOPGUN @VCheng @Indus Pakistan @Indus Falcon
@War Historian @War Thunder @war&peace @Sugarcane @FL-COP
Pakistani from KPK and running a Freelance agency.
My dad was from Delhi, he migrated in 47, i was born in Faisalabad but i was few days old when dad shifted to Karachi and have been living here since that time, ironically have never seen my birth town. So i am Delhi Wala born Punjabi raised Muhajir lol more complex than ABCD :p
You are Punjabi demographically
i feel more like mixed chaat lol i can't blend anywhere :p
@Murgah @Ghost 125
@H!TchHiker @Major Sam
I have a dual nationality British and Pakistani but I was born in Pakistan and left when I was 11 now am 23 visit Pakistan very often as it's my home and no one can separate my Punjabi identity from me. Whenever I go Its always a stress have to look after the crops and the usual pind shit
Mixed with one Pakistani Parent who happens to be my dad
Born and raised in Northeastern US(NYC)
Mom is from Columbia
Dad was born in 1946 during the British Raj year before partition and Independence
Mom was born in 1960 or 1959 not sure
Currently a US citizen/ passport holder however I have a option to become a dual citizen and gain a Pakistani passport however I have NICOP card since 2011 so no need Visa to visit Pakistan
I visited Pakistan a lot when I was child and early teens in the summer part of reason why I kinda fell in love with Pak.
Last time in Pakistan was in 2015
Got my Nicop in 2011
Every overseas descendant of Pakistanis should get an NIC. There is no reason not to.
Finally lets scratch your head for ideas: