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Q: Guinness Book of records type question. ( No Answer,   5 Comments )
Subject: Guinness Book of records type question.
Category: Relationships and Society > Politics
Asked by: mongolia-ga
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Posted: 13 May 2006 16:14 PDT
Expires: 12 Jun 2006 16:14 PDT
Question ID: 728547
Has anyone been identified who has the most nationalities/Citizenships
(legal ones of course determined by the number of different passports
they could possess?)


There is no answer at this time.

Subject: Re: Guinness Book of records type question.
From: probonopublico-ga on 13 May 2006 22:06 PDT
This has to be a Government Spook.

Which Government and Which Spook are Classified.
Subject: Re: Guinness Book of records type question.
From: redfoxjumps-ga on 15 May 2006 12:54 PDT
Didn't Paul Drucker's mother. gram or aunt have 3 or 4 passports?
Subject: Re: Guinness Book of records type question.
From: myoarin-ga on 15 May 2006 13:27 PDT
A few wouldn't be difficult:  parents from different countries, an
Irish grandparent, maybe one from another country that grants
citizenship on that basis, be Jewish and get an Israeli passport,
marry a person of another nationality and settle in that country long
enough to gain citizenship.  That would be six.
Of course, one would have to have some luck about the countries'
accepting that one not renounce a citizenship, but within the EU now,
that is fairly easy.
Subject: Re: Guinness Book of records type question.
From: bowler-ga on 16 May 2006 14:38 PDT
"This issue, we salute a micronationalist of extreme determination.
Viorel Lapping, of Germany, has applied for citizenship in at least a
dozen micronations - and gotten it, in at least three (that I know
of). It beats me what he is getting out of this, since a number of
those nations also have laws forbidding dual citizenship, but he must
have some clue as to what he's doing....mustn't he?

Perhaps he's going for the Guiness record as the "man with most
citizenships". At present, however, that title apparently belongs to
the Monarch of Homeland, who claims a pretty long list of citizenships
- despite his status as head of state of his own nation."
Subject: Re: Guinness Book of records type question.
From: eratus-ga on 31 Jul 2006 04:43 PDT
My daughter currently has four nationalities.  I am a
Canadian/American citizen and she inherited both of those from me.  My
husband is Dutch, and she got that from him.  She was born in Belgium
and has lived here for more than the required 7 years, so she has
Belgian nationality too.  Now we'll see who she choses to marry or
where she decides to live in the future.

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