Dual Citizenship Mexico
Mexican law differentiates between nationality and citizenship. Nationality is the attribute of the person in international law that describes their relationship to the State, whereas citizenship is given to those nationals (those who hold Mexican nationality) that have certain rights and responsibilities before the State. The 34th article of the Mexican constitution establishes that Mexican citizens are those Mexican [nationals] who are 18 years of age or older, and who have an "honest way of living."
Generally, Mexican nationality is based upon jus soli (right of the soil) and jus sanguinis (right of blood). Mexico permits dual citizenship. Download the guide below to read more about who is eligible to apply for Mexican Dual Citizenship.