One of my students raised an interesting dilemma today. She has to choose between keeping her Korean citizenship or her American citizenship within the next year, since Korea has a national law (apparently in the Constitution) forbidding dual citizenship. The age 22 is the deciding year.

I must admit I wasn't deciding such weighty things at age 22. I had, uh, other things on my mind.

It is a difficult quandry. I have no idea what the right answer is.

In case you are rolling this around in your head, consider that her parents are both Korean citizens. What to do?


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