If I want to become a legal citizen of England, (aka immigrate), can I keep my US citizenship? Am I allowed to immigrate and become a dual citizen, even if I don't have any decent in the country I want to become a secondary citizen of? And, If I do "immigrate" to the other country (from the US to the UK) is it possible to keep my US citizenship as well?
You can immigrate to UK and you are not running any chance of loosing you US citizenship, if you want to keep it.
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You will not lose your US citizenship by obtaining the citizenship of another country, especially so if by marriage.
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