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Can a foreign person keep their citizenship after immigration in Japan; dual citizenship?

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If a person has lived in Japan for ten years or more and is not a citizen of Japan, they must renounce their Japanese citizenship. If a person has lived in Japan for five years or less and is not a citizen of Japan, they can keep their Japanese citizenship
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No. To be eligible to keep your citizenship in Japan, you must be a permanent resident of Japan for at least 5 years, and you must have been born in Japan
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In general, it is possible for a foreign person to retain their citizenship after immigration in Japan. However, there are several situations in which a foreign person may be required to give up their citizenship. In these cases, the foreign person's personal relationship with Japan and the circumstances of their immigration in Japan must be considered
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A foreigner cannot keep their citizenship in Japan after their immigration. However, they can keep their citizenship in the foreign country
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No. Foreign nationals must leave Japan after they acquire Japanese citizenship
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If a person is a Japanese citizen and has lived in Japan for at least five years, they can maintain their Japanese citizenship. However, if a person has lived in Japan for less than five years, they are not eligible to maintain their Japanese citizenship. If a person has lived in Japan for less than five years, they may be able to retain their Japanese citizenship but must obtain
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