Dual Nationality is permitted in Ghana. This means that you could be both a Ghanaian and a citizen of another nation.
Dual citizenship may be available to anyone who was born in Ghana or has Ghanaian ancestors. Many countries do not recognize dual citizenship.
Does Ghana allow dual nationality?
It is vital to becoming familiar with the dual citizenship rules and regulations in each of the host countries. Ghanaian law permits citizens to have citizenship in other countries in addition to their Ghanaian citizenship.
Whether or not an applicant is eligible for dual citizenship is determined by where he or she lives.
It can be done at any Ghanaian mission abroad or at the Ghanaian Ministry of the Interior. The specifications and costs are practically 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 nation in Ghana permits the bearer to work and dwell in Ghana without requiring a work or residence permit, as well as enjoy a variety of other rights and privileges associated with Ghanaian Nationality.
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We can evaluate the permit’s eligibility requirements, provide advice on relevant supporting documentation, fill out relevant application forms, draft and review supporting letters in support of the application, and work with GIS officials to ensure that all dual citizenship applications are processed in a timely manner.