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...you received citizenship from a country? Lets make Canada as a base of this argument. I have always wondered if it was possible to be in governmental departments or join politics?

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In general yes it is.  Some positions may require you to be born in that country though.  In the United States to be president you have to have been born here.

Any citizen can be a governor for example.


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1 hour ago, rmac52 said:

In general yes it is.  Some positions may require you to be born in that country though.  In the United States to be president you have to have been born here.

Any citizen can be a governor for example.

Actually, I think the rule for becoming a President is being a citizen for x amount of years (15, I believe), along a couple of other things. Otherwise correct.


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26 minutes ago, Dan Castellaneta said:

Actually, I think the rule for becoming a President is being a citizen for x amount of years (15, I believe), along a couple of other things. Otherwise correct.

Have to be a natural born citizen and be a resident for 15 years. And also be 35+


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Generally yes with some exceptions. For instances in the United States naturalized citizens can run for Senate or Congress or any position really except for the Presidency because there's a constitutional requirement that the US president has to be born a US citizen. I have no idea how it works in other countries though.

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