I don't know if the U.S. recognizes your French citizenship
That's a meaningless statement. I can't imagine any reason for the US to need to recognize the dual citizenship status of one of its own citizens.
You can't use the fact of having a foreign citizenship as a defense for braking any American laws. Or to seek a special (American) status.
Which is again my point. "Dual citizenship" is a paper issue and nothing else.
If you're reading this Ashley: I put "dual citizenship" in quotation marks for you.
Are you speaking to me? I'm still waiting to hear from you regarding the question I asked (see post #57). As long as you avoid or refuse to answer, I will consider my point as having been carried. If you're not going to answer, just say so, so we can move on. I'm not busting your chops--it's a question of politeness and reciprocity. I will answer, or tell you I'm not going to answer, every question you ask me.
posted on 10/31/2001 8:58:11 AM PST
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