Yes, In Ghana, dual citizenship is permitted. This means that you might be a Ghanaian citizen as well as a citizen of another country.
Anyone who was born in Ghana or has Ghanaian ancestors may be eligible for dual citizenship. Dual citizenship is not accepted in many nations.
Does Ghana Allow Dual Citizenship
It is critical to learn about the rules and regulations of dual citizenship in each of the host nations. In addition to their Ghanaian citizenship, Ghanaian law allows citizens to have citizenship in other nations.
The applicant’s residence determines whether or not he or she is eligible for dual citizenship. It can be done at any Ghana Mission overseas or at the Ministry of the Interior in Ghana. The requirements and prices are nearly identical.
In accordance with the Citizenship Act of 2002 (Act 591), Ghanaians who have acquired US Citizenship, are eligible to apply for dual citizenship.
Being a dual citizen in Ghana allows the bearer to work and remain in Ghana without the need for a work or residence permit, as well as enjoy various other rights and privileges that come with Ghanaian citizenship.
We can assess the eligibility requirements for the permit, advise on relevant supporting documentation, complete relevant application forms, draft and review supporting letters in support of the application, and engage with GIS officials to ensure that the application is processed in a timely manner for all dual citizenship applications.