Inspired by @Squidboy: If every country in the world would offer you free full citizenship, and you were allowed to keep your citizenship from your native country, which country would you choose and why?
If they’re all offering, can I accept them all?
New Zealand, France, Canada, Germany, Thailand, or Sweden, in that order.
One country only.
Then it would be New Zealand. But it pays to plan options. I have been researching the possibility and difficulty involved in more or less permanently moving to each of these.
Canada, or Great Britain
Canada or Australia
Australia no doubt. Just seems like a warm and inviting place. I love their scenery and wildlife. Truly a beautiful country.
Russia. They seem like interesting people.
Yep its way too accessible to not pick it.
I could never be loyal to any country other than America, so I’ll just stick to having American citizenship only.
Canada. It’s close and fun
Canada because it's close to home and seems like a cool place to live.