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Multiple citizenship

 
#1 Multiple citizenship
04/01/2010 19:52

KJ

I know this forum is a collection of very smart individuals. Can anyone one suggest to me how to get the best out of multiple citizenship (USA, Canada and UK/EU). I really want to be viable in these 3 countries simultaneously but not sure how best to do it. I currently work for a blue chip in England. Any clever suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

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#2 RE: Multiple citizenship
04/01/2010 21:56

Jerk to KJ (#1)

Get married to three different persons (UK, US, Canada citizens) without telling them about each other.

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#3 RE: Multiple citizenship
05/01/2010 18:53

Visa man to Jerk (#2)

Hang around Camden market for a while, and ask for Slippy Dave. He'll sort you out. The passports look well good.

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#4 RE: Multiple citizenship
05/01/2010 18:56

Anon to Visa man (#3)

The OP was how to make use of multiple citizenships, not how to get it.

A good question too since I have the same dilemma (UK and SA) - however since a company will normally be able to get a work visa for you, I sadly don't think there's much benefit.

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#5 RE: Multiple citizenship
05/01/2010 23:16

Anon to Anon (#4)

Great countries to hail from! Abundant opportunities too. I suggest you set up your own consulting firm in all three.

Anyone with better suggestion?

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#6 RE: Multiple citizenship
05/01/2010 23:29

Slippy Dave to Anon (#5)

Wckd man! Can u pls mt me 2mrw so we can tlk bt dis? U no I can sort u out well prpr

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#7 RE: Multiple citizenship
06/01/2010 18:50

Concerned member to Slippy Dave (#6)

It is quite obvious that the value of this forum is highly diminished. There are just so many idiots (probably unemployed) who are just posting rubbish here. This probably shows the quality of the so called consultants in the UK. Why would any serious client want to engage UK consultants after reading the stupid contributions in this forum?

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#8 RE: Multiple citizenship
06/01/2010 19:36

Huh? to Concerned member (#7)

Dear Concerned Member,

How do you know the (in your eyes) offending members are based in the UK?

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#9 RE: Multiple citizenship
07/01/2010 00:17

kjlk to KJ (#1)

global management program at hsbc

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#10 RE: Multiple citizenship
07/01/2010 01:02

Mars A Day to Huh? (#8)

I agree most are in the UK.

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#11 RE: Multiple citizenship
07/01/2010 02:26

kjlk to KJ (#1)

global management program at hsbc

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#12 RE: Multiple citizenship
07/01/2010 09:04

Huh? to kjlk (#11)

Mars A Day,

How does you know squire? The internet is global.

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#13 RE: Multiple citizenship
07/01/2010 09:23

Mars A Day (the real one) to Huh? (#12)

Wasn't me. I would have through that contributor could at least make the effort to come up with their own pseudonym.

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#14 RE: Multiple citizenship
07/01/2010 20:06

anon to Mars A Day (the real one) (#13)

Any more ideas on how to harness the potential benefits of multiple citizenship? Come on guys, there are smart strat consultants here!

Can you propose a life strategy for someone who has multiple citizenships (USA, CANADA and UK)

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#15 RE: Multiple citizenship
07/01/2010 20:14

sm to anon (#14)

Could there be some income tax benefits around non-residency/not ordinarily resident in one of the countries if you were working as a contractor?

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#16 RE: Multiple citizenship
07/01/2010 20:56

Anon to sm (#15)

SM - Good thinking but I'm not sure

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#17 RE: Multiple citizenship
10/02/2010 20:20

Smart Guy to Anon (#16)

Set up your own consultancy in the 3 countries

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