Should Foreign Men Marrying Pakistani Women Get Pakistani Citizenship?

Posted on January 3, 2008
Filed Under >Owais Mughal, Law & Justice, Society
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Owais Mughal

Yes, if they want to, they should.

At present, they don’t. Pakistan Citizenship Act currently allows a foreigner girl marrying a Pakistani man to get Pakistani citizenship but not vice versa.

Recently, this question of gender equality got a boost from Federal Shariat Court in Pakistan as they declared the Pakistani Citizenship Act, 1951, to be discriminatory against women. On December 19, 2007, the Federal Shariat Court has asked the president of Pakistan to amend the Pakistan Citizenship Act within six months so that a woman’s foreign husband could get Pakistani citizenship, just like a foreign women married to Pakistani men.

In a 26-page judgment announced by the court, it says:

“We are of the view that Section 10 of the Citizenship
Act is discriminatory, negates gender equality and is in violation of Articles 2-A (Objective Resolution) and 25 (equality of citizens) of the Constitution, also against international commitments of Pakistan and, most importantly, is repugnant to the Holy Quran and Sunnah,”

According to Dawn news report of December 20, 2007:

The three-member bench comprising FSC Chief Justice Haziqul Khairi, Justice Dr Fida Muhammad Khan and Justice Salahuddin Mirza had taken suo motu notice on a news report in which a woman was denied the right to get Pakistani citizenship for her foreign husband, though the law entitled a man to obtain citizenship for his alien wife.

This same issue was also brought as a legislative bill before the recently out-gone National Assembly on March 18, 2004 but it got killed by the Government after a delibration of two years. The pretext of Government was that a foreign woman marrying a Pakistani man is not same as a foreign man married to a Pakistani woman. Granting citizenship to foreigner men by marrying a Pakistani girl would not only legalize the stay of a large number of illegal immigrants, but would also increase their influx.

The government also stated that the amendment to the current Pakistan Citizenship Act would add to unemployment and a foreign husband, after obtaining the citizenship, could divorce the woman and move around freely in the country.

Besides, in the Government view, it would also be a blanket approval for all foreign nationals to marry Pakistani women and obtain nationality, and majority of them could even misuse this provision, especially Afghan refugees and illegal Bengali and other South Asian immigrants.

I for one, do not agree with above points at all. I believe a family is the unit of society. Government laws should help keeping families together as well as without any gender bias. Laws should be same for both men and women. Therefore in my view the judgment of Federal Shariat Court is the correct one and if acted on, it will go long way in giving equal rights to women and men.


1. Policy for Pakistani Citizenship
2. Paranoia and Patriotism by Irfan Hussain, Dawn, June 17, 2006.
3. MPs for Review of Citizenship Laws: Discrimination Against Women, Dawn, August 25, 2006.
4. Human Righs Commission of Pakistan

63 Comments on “Should Foreign Men Marrying Pakistani Women Get Pakistani Citizenship?”

  1. Eric says:
    January 3rd, 2008 10:26 am

    Everyone marrying a Pakistani citizen should get the Pakistani passport. This is the policy in most every country of the world.

    The idea it would increase illegal immigration is laughable. It would only make the Pakistani economy stronger. These men would come to Pakistan to work and buy houses and buy groceries and add their two-cents on how to make Pakistan an even greater nation.

    Ammend this unfair policy, please. It is a win-win for everyone.

  2. Owais Mughal says:
    January 3rd, 2008 11:25 am

    What I liked about this judgement besides the obvious men/women parity is that it came from Federal Shariat Court. These courts in the past have got the perception of going against human rights. Hopefully govt would heed to FSC’s recommendations in this decision.

    @Eric, yes I also think the idea that it will increase illegal immigration does not make sense in current circumstances. Pakistani rupee is lower in value than Bangladeshi Takka so that tells you right there which country economic aspirants will prefer.

  3. SJH says:
    January 3rd, 2008 12:14 pm

    A gender neutral policy on citizenship stands the test of common sense and Shariat. Using ‘straw man’ arguments to say that allowing non-Pakistani citizens to marry into Pakistani citizenship would increase illegal immigration misses the point that they are in Pakistan already. Better to bring them into the mainstream as married people. Surely marriage would not increase social problems and is likely to reduce them.

  4. Faraz says:
    January 3rd, 2008 1:39 pm

    I see the underlying issue. I could be wrong, but how many people are really affected by this? Like eleven?

  5. Sager says:
    January 3rd, 2008 1:57 pm

    Just wanted to add that other countries also have similar laws like U.K(not guaranteed citizenship) & all GCC countries

  6. Rahim Khan says:
    January 3rd, 2008 2:19 pm

    Give them permanent residence but not citizenship.

  7. Faraz Khalid says:
    January 3rd, 2008 2:34 pm

    This reminds me of George… of George Ka Pakistan (Geo TV), who i think is still not only living in Pakistan but also married to a Pakistani girl. So have we offered him the citizenship yet?… btw that was the main theme of George Ka Pakistan too… does anyone know?

  8. Eidee Man says:
    January 3rd, 2008 3:14 pm

    I don’t know about citizenship; but they should be afforded the same rights a man would get the other way round. Blanket citizenship in an instant is never the case for any country I know of.

  9. Owais Mughal says:
    January 3rd, 2008 3:22 pm

    @Eidee Man, agreed. Rules should be same for men or women. That is all and that is the whole point of this post.

  10. Owais Mughal says:
    January 3rd, 2008 3:23 pm

    @Faraz. Quite a few people are affected by it. I must admit I don’t know the number but definitely more than 11 :) Atleast so many that it warranted enough pressure of constituents on MNA’s of Southern Pakistan. The MNA’s (Mehnaz Rafi et al) brought it up as a bill for legislation in National Assembly in March of 2004. The draft bill was then sent to Interior Ministry for comments and it got stalled there for 2 years.

  11. Ahmad R. Shahid says:
    January 3rd, 2008 3:39 pm

    Very few people, if any, want to immigrate to Pakistan in such volatile conditions. There was a news item that Pakistanis were migrating to Afghanistan. Allowing foriegn husbands to get citizenship won’t affect the overall population of the country. And illegals can’t be stopped by denying citizenship. It has never worked and would never work. So the government should act prudently, which it has shown not to do.

  12. baber says:
    January 3rd, 2008 4:27 pm

    Personally this what i think after debating it with friends both pakistani and other nationalities. If a pakistani women marries a man of the country which has the same rule then the man should be given pakistani citizen. If say the country has no such rule like many arab countries which do not provide citizenship to men if their women marry foreigners then sorry to say no citizenship for them.
    I am for equality and it will be fair game if the rules are the same for everyone.

  13. Dewana Aik says:
    January 3rd, 2008 5:55 pm

    “Should Foreign Men Marrying Pakistani Women Get Pakistani Citizenship?”

    No, they should not. Every Pakistani is trying to get a foreign nationality why should foreigners try to get Pakistani nationality?

  14. Shayan says:
    January 3rd, 2008 7:10 pm

    I think Owais is absolutely right in insisting that whatever the policy on immigration should be, it should apply to spouses of both Pakistani women and Pakistani men equally. And this issue should not be muddied by larger concerns about limiting immigration etc.

  15. Moeen Bhatti says:
    January 3rd, 2008 7:49 pm

    If that law is passed, people would be doing paper marriages to get great Pakistani Citizenship!!

  16. Moeen Bhatti says:
    January 3rd, 2008 7:52 pm

    …and it would lead to more lawlessness in the country….

  17. baber says:
    January 3rd, 2008 11:36 pm

    more lawlessness???
    I wonder how worse it can get????

  18. Rahim Khan says:
    January 4th, 2008 12:14 am

    This law, if passed would give millions of stateless Afghans/Palestinians/Iraqis an easy way to obtain a western recognized passport, thus this law should not be passed.

  19. Yasir says:
    January 4th, 2008 2:56 am

    Rahim you said “easy way to obtain a western recognized passport”‘.

    Do you mean to say that Pakistani women are easy????

  20. Rahim Khan says:
    January 4th, 2008 12:02 pm

    @Yasir lol, i think you know what I mean, but I clarify myself

    What I meant by easy was, sham marriages, through money, exploitation, as Pakistan is a very poor nation, where man sells a kidney to pay his debts. This law will further devalue green Pass.

  21. Wally says:
    January 4th, 2008 10:29 pm

    My wife is Pakistani and I am an American. She is now a dual citizen thanks to our immigration laws. However, I was surpirsed that I have no such rights in Pakistan, even if I were to live there.

    I do understand the fears about sham marriages and granting citizenship to millions of migrants. Just look at all the illegal immigrants in the US. Many will find willing woman to get a sham marriage just to be a US citizen.

    It’s more an issue of law and order, and perhaps the Pakistani government has enough on its hands already.

    Getting a visa to visit Pakistan takes me a few hours and costs around $30. No big deal, for now.

    Great topic. Something I have complained about for years, but I was surprised to see the Shariat court opinion.

  22. Asim Kaleem says:
    January 5th, 2008 12:42 am

    Indeed it should be implemented at the earliest. When in every country of this world you get immigration if you marry the native of that land than why not here. Its totally absurd that giving citizenship to foreign men is to give them a free hand. No, if it had been so than America and Canada would have stopped welcoming immigrants from all over the world.

  23. Mus says:
    January 5th, 2008 11:34 pm

    Yes they should but the question is would they want it?
    A gallup survey conducted among major universities in Pakistan showed 78% Pakistanis would happily give up their citizenship to take up just any other.It is unfortunate,sad but true.
    Lets put it this way,a a European guy decides to marry someone from Pakistan.Would he give up his German,French or Swedish citizenship to take up Pakistani.I guess he would be nuts to do it.

  24. Sajid says:
    January 6th, 2008 3:50 am

    The only Pakistani girls marrying foreigners are those who are already settled outside Pakistan (generally in US and Europe). No one wants Pakistani Nationality from those areas.

    I wonder Paksitan have other very important issues to be discussed by Federal Shariat Court. As Mr Wally stated it takes few hours and few dollars to get a Pakistani visa. No point discussing this issue.

  25. Mus says:
    January 6th, 2008 10:02 pm

    Each year the PTDC and the government spend several million dollars trying to lure tourists into Pakistan.The more they try the further they go away.Then they introduced free visa on arrival for most of Europe last year,even then they are not trickling in.
    Getting a Pakistani visit visa should be one of the easiest of jobs but few want it.Sad but true.

    Obviously there are a lot more issues to work on rather than wasting time on this one.

  26. Awais Yahya says:
    January 9th, 2008 5:27 pm

    In my opinion as in Pakistan here is no Islamic Law as dominating so untill Nfaz -e- Sheria these kind of problems will have to face as we take some part of Islam (in favour of Government) in to our laws and rest remains the same from the West that is “aadha teeter aadha batair”
    so this is main problem

  27. ali baig says:
    January 10th, 2008 10:34 am

    Yes foreign men should be allowed to get Pakistani citizenship if they marry a Pakistani woman but under the present circumstances and the state of affairs the country is in, why would anybody want to do that ?


  28. Daktar says:
    January 10th, 2008 10:41 am

    I find the many comments here saying that why would anyone want Pakistani citizenship quite funny. Not because the comments are funny, but because it is funny that people would say this.

    Maybe because there are actually Pakistanis who have and do marry someone from US, Europe, etc. only so that they can get that nationality people think that this is common behavior. It is not. People mostly marry someone because they like them enough to want to spend their entire life with them.

    No, foreigners are not marrying Pakistanis because they desperately want to get Pakistani citizenship. It is because they fall in love with the Pakistani they are marrying! And that is a good thing.

    I think some of the silly arguments that officials were making also come from same conclusion.

  29. Kamran Ullah Khan says:
    January 15th, 2008 3:42 am

    I think those men/women should be given the citizenship, but in the case of divorce, their citizenship must be cancelled. After all, they come to Pakistan for their life partners, and not for something else!

  30. Dr. Haider says:
    February 15th, 2008 1:48 am

    For those who thought that the mere thought of people entering Pakistan illegally was funny:
    Please read this:

    In year 2004, there were 1.8 million illegal immigrants living in Karachin alone. And the way economies are growing in Asia, it is not foolish to consider that in near future Pakistan might become an attractive place for a lot of nationalities.

    Having said that I still believe that laws of the land must be impartial for all citizens. I applaud FSC move in making the law impartial.

  31. Asif Beg says:
    February 15th, 2008 6:07 am

    Yes, they should get Pakistani citizenship if they want. To say that it will increase illegal immigration is laughable at the least. How many foreigners out there are dying to get Pakistani citizenship anyway?

  32. azam khan says:
    March 12th, 2008 8:59 am

    i am a afghan.i married with pakistani women now i want to aply for pakistani citizinship but i dont know how it will be possible.i have a request to u all for further information.i am married since 2 years.

  33. Nimi says:
    March 12th, 2008 11:16 am

    a very interesting post. I didn’t know about the fact that foreigner men…..

    My question: what does the citizenship mean in Pakistan? Why would a foreigner man not contend himself with a permanent stay permit like “green card” to say so? Is it for voting only?

    Or do foreigners marrying beautiful pakistani girls not even get a work permit in Pakistan and their only way out is a passport?

    Does anyone know what is the procedure ?

  34. tanveer badar says:
    March 28th, 2008 12:41 am

    it is very good and informative document specially on gender discrimination and ialso want to add that the reference of federal shariat court judgment but there is no proper reference like page no and pld no

  35. raza says:
    April 21st, 2008 8:39 pm

    why forigner cant get pakistani citizen pakistani can marry with british girl or other national girl and they can get we should make make roles that ?f some foriegner marry with pak?stani girl he is ligible 4 passport (in fact) ok

  36. Yusuf says:
    July 2nd, 2008 11:25 am

    I was wondering what is the update or outcome of this story? Have foreign men married to Pakistani women been granted the right to Pakistani citizenship?

  37. July 15th, 2008 2:52 pm

    i m indian national, i have many relatives in pakistan, i want to marry with my cousin & also want to stay in rawalpindi, how is possible, can anyone help me please? what should i do? i m in saudi arabia now.

  38. Aisha says:
    July 15th, 2008 5:55 pm

    Prohibiting foreign born men living or desiring to live in Pakistan who are engaged or married to a Pakistani woman the right to become a legalized citizen of Pakistan if he so desires is an attempt at disunity of family and the married couple.

    If a man moves to Pakistan, marries a Pakistani woman, lives there, obtains residency status, and continues to be a part of the Pakistani community for a determined length of time, as there is for foreign born wives of Pakistani men, then he definitely should be granted citizenship if he so wishes. However, I don’t see foreign born women or men beating down the door to give up their foreign citizenship to become Pakistani citizens. It’s just not worth it nor is it rational…what would be the gain? What exactly does being a Pakistani citizen have as compared to being a citizen of the US or UK? Nada. No health care benefits, no social security benefits, no retirement benefits, no disability benefits, no social services…nothing.

    Blanket approval for foreign nationalists? What? Okay…I can see an Afghani or Bengal man wanting to do this but surely there will be much resistance from the girls family for such a union and secondly Pakistan doesn’t have to just give stamp of approval but set up guidelines to help weed out fake or green card marriages. As many Pakistani men that marry foreigners in attempt to obtain green cards in foreign countries, surely the Pakistani Gov’t can see through such deceit from foreign men trying to do the same thing to them.

    If the economic condition or future outlook of Pakistan was positive, then I could see a concern about foreign men marrying & using Pakistani women solely to establish residency or citizenship status. For a small to moderate price I am sure there are many parents who would willingly marry their daughter to a foreign born non-Pakistani. However, being realistic the demand is not there regardless. So, chances are very good that if a man marries a Pakistani woman then he is doing so with no ill intent nor desires of personal gain.

    As for concerns that the man might divorce his wife in the future, the divorce rate in Pakistan among Pakistani married couples is increasing and not non-existent so why set a higher standard for foreign born citizens than there is for natural born citizens? Chances are if he married and divorced a Pakistani woman he is probably more likely to marry another Pakitani woman anyway so its not as if he has become less Pakistani at heart because of a divorce.

    I had no idea that if a “man” divorced his wife that he was not permitted to roam around Pakistan freely?!! I suppose there is a special village for divorced men??!! lol

    The Pakistani Gov’t needs to be more concerned with the thousands of Pakistani men that leave Pakistan and are marrying foreign women and giving up their Pakistani citizenship. Less and less of these men are ever actually returning to Pakistan except to visit. The Pakistani Gov’t needs to ask itself why this is happening. If this continues, Pakistans male/female ratio will become increasingly unbalanced and thus the only solution will be an increase in one man having multiple wives….as if 1 wife isn’t enough trouble & expense for any man! lol

  39. Laila says:
    July 20th, 2008 12:44 pm

    I also want to marry a white europian muslim, so they should let this law off.

  40. saniya says:
    August 1st, 2008 2:05 am

    i am malaysian n i have twins babies ready for my pakistan citizen husband.n i want to come to pakistan with my childrens to stay with my husbands family.wat am i should do?please help me.

  41. Mughal says:
    August 15th, 2008 8:03 pm

    Who want to live in Pakistan i can help him please contact me at my mail address or mobile 00923002727508 i have allot of advises for citizenship can help making your legal documents.

  42. Ch. Ejaz Ashraf Lawyer says:
    April 4th, 2009 4:32 am

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  43. ritz says:
    April 4th, 2009 1:21 pm

    i have a pakistani girl friend and i am an indian

    so if i marry the girl,will i be given temporary visa to visit pakistan?

  44. faheem says:
    September 17th, 2009 6:17 pm

    why forigner cant get pakistani citizen pakistani can marry with british girl or other national girl and they can get we should make make roles that ?f some foriegner marry with pak?stani girl he is ligible 4 passport (in fact) ok

  45. September 20th, 2009 1:32 pm

    I was wondering what is the update or outcome of this story? Have foreign men married to Pakistani women been granted the right to Pakistani citizenship?

  46. Tehmina says:
    October 21st, 2009 4:03 pm

    Yep, definitely should get the citizenship. But it could be risky somehow. should give them permanent residence but not citizenship.

  47. November 14th, 2009 6:27 am

    AOA – I see a lot of people discussing how this doesn’t really affect anyone. I disagree and here is why: I am a American. I reverted/converted to Islam about 6 years ago and about 2 years ago i married a Pakistani student who was here in the states. I have money saved up and desperately seek the option to go to Pakistan and start a business so that i may have my wife, son and myself around family that shares are values. I know this is a huge economic and life style change but i am more than willing to endure that and can even set aside money in a account to secure that I won’t be a financial burden on Pakistan at any time. I don’t see why given these circumstances I cannot even get permanent residency let alone citizenship. Furthermore, my son was denied Pakistani citizenship for the same reason, his FATHER isn’t Pakistani and that all that counts in Pakistan. =/

  48. Usman Durani says:
    November 14th, 2009 10:23 am

    Just to get Pakistani green passport by marring a Pakistani woman? Looks is like a action of a very desprate man.

  49. Ahmed Durrani says:
    November 14th, 2009 12:32 pm

    Assalamu alaikom,

    It has nothing to do with desperation. If a person was truly desperate they would simply go to Pakistan which currently has millions of foreigners living there illegally. I am discussing the desire to live there legally with my family.

    The only benefit i receive from moving to Pakistan is to has a closer relationship with my family. Family should play a bigger roll in one’s life than a phone call here and there from the other side of the planet. I think a good expression to display this message is revealed in a quote i heard from a brother at the mesjid “It doesn’t matter how big your tv is, it matters who is there to watch it with you”.

  50. mohammed abdul samad says:
    March 2nd, 2010 11:13 am

    hi,iam abdul samad iam an indian,and i love a pakistani girl,we met in yahoo chat,and she too want to marry me,but i dont know how to react to that,bcoz every body says that chatting is fake and is very difficult to marry a pakistani girl due to political issues between the two countries,i want to marry that girl,how can i marry her? i live in india and she is in pak,pls help me,waiting for ur response…pls do reply my id is

  51. roya says:
    March 22nd, 2010 12:47 pm

    i just ask them i married uk citizan he is form iran. can i gat his passport and nadara id card. i have one son,how to found what can i do

  52. Thalib Hussain says:
    April 12th, 2010 4:07 pm

    Mr.mohammed abdul samad – As salam Wa alikum

    It’s you who have to decide what you exactly want to do….If you really love her then just go ahead without second thought…
    People are there to speak all rubbish things because it’s there bullchit work. It’s my personal adivce to you . If you love get married but “don’t betray”….and the rest is upto you.

  53. Moiz says:
    June 15th, 2010 3:34 am


    can someone please guide / help me for valied-legal process of obtaining citizenship of pakistan.
    i am holding indian passport and my wife is pakistani national. we are residing in gulf since last 10 years.

    will be thankful for replies or support.

  54. kamran says:
    July 9th, 2010 2:33 am

    plz, some one tell me honestly that can i get pakistani nationalaty? my mother is pakistani citizen but my father belongs to afghnistan.

  55. RANA OMAIR says:
    October 6th, 2010 9:50 am

    people, I have reviewed all this
    “after obtaining the citizenship, could divorce the woman and move around freely in the country”

    and you should know that it is very common for foreigners to give divorce even in their own countries they easily give divorce to a women within 2,3 months after marriage, and due to this,
    to keep the culture clean and ratio of divorces small, and also for pakistan’s security, it is important not to go for this option.

    Second, as you people said, equal rights, then you should know that ALLAH has given the driving seat to MEN, instead of women, so if they are so much willing to get married then they can easily live in their country, and this is not the issue, if you consider the equality for man and woman then you have to see those countries, in which they are just ruine the life of women in the name of equality, and these NGO’s are also working here to distroy our culture, you tell Me doesn’t women get more than 70% rights here? see in banks, Buses, and trains and daily routine life, they always give preference in their respect.


  56. ibrar says:
    November 8th, 2010 7:01 am

    iam sayed ibrar. i have married a pakistani girl 4 months earlier. and i want to become a pakistani and live there. Is it possible? can i get NiC in pakistan.
    I love pakistan very much.
    Iam a foreign personality.
    Is it possible please reply me.

  57. ibrar says:
    November 8th, 2010 7:09 am

    iam sayed ibrar. i live in pakistan since year 1986. i get education here. i grow up here. and in year 2009 i have completed my Fsc here in lahore. i have married a pakistani girl 4 months earlier. and i want to become a pakistani and live there. Is it possible? can i get NiC in pakistan.
    I love pakistan very much.
    Iam a foreign personality.
    Is it possible please reply me. i belong to afghanistan.

  58. December 26th, 2010 11:37 am

    i am pakistani citizen but i want to marry an afghan girl. will it be possible for her to get pakistani citizenship after marrying me………..
    Reply plz
    I m in great tense due this problem……….. I really love her. i love pakistan the most…..

  59. Reema says:
    March 19th, 2011 4:59 am

    So did the ruling change?
    can a foreign husband get pakistani nationality?
    because my husband is egyptian and we want a nationality

  60. Mohammed Tanveer Nawab Khan says:
    April 17th, 2011 4:38 am

    I am Tanveer Nawab Khan.i dont know more english.i’m telling my story in hindi nd urdu ,you con read Sir ye realy love story hai,mai jeddah saudi arabia me lived hoon.hamare or hamari begum ki mulakat Indian school me hui thi.thbhi hm dono mile the .wahi se hm dono pyar ki soruwat hui hai,Girl ek Balochi hai jo saudi me since 35 years rha rhe hai,jb hm mile the tb mai ek hindu tha pr hone ke bad maine apne pyar or ” e Allah”ji pane ke liye maine apna religin change kr liya hai,ab mere ghar walo ne muhje chod diya hamesha ke liye ,maine to “Allah “ji pa liya hai pr mera schcha pyar hi mere jindgi hai mera iman hai,mai or mere wife ji (pakistani girl) hr lamha her pal,her namaj me roo roo kr apne milne or nikah ki dua mag rhe hai or nhi to marne ki qnk mere wife ji begum ji mere life hai agr mere wife ji nhi to mai bhi nhi qnk ab mera es duniya koi nhi hai siway mere wife ji ka …………………..
    muhje pakistani banna hai apni wife ji sath dena hai puri jindgi bhar ke liye ,,,mere help kreye nhi hm ek sath mr jayenge apne pyar ke liye hm dono apse only mag rhe hai ki muhje pakistani bana do bs please es gareeb,majlom,do schche pyar krne wale ko mila do apko “Allah”ji ka wasta apko apne aap jisse bhi pyar krte hai uska wasta plz hmara help kre

    Tanveer & Meema kahn

  61. Nadeem Farooq says:
    May 10th, 2011 5:36 pm

    I am Fiji Citizen by Naturalization & have been renounced my Pakistani Nationality in the year 2006.
    My wife is Pakistani National & holding Pakistani passport.
    Now Fiji Government allows Pakistani national to keep dual citizenship of Pakistan & Fiji.
    Now i would like to re-apply for my Pakistani Citizenship.
    Can some one reply my e-mail ^ send detail reply to my e-mail address as mentioned above.
    Thanking you in advance.
    Take care
    Reagrds ^ Cheers

  62. mohammed altaf says:
    August 19th, 2011 11:56 pm

    sir i m an indian national can i get married to pakistani woman and take her back in india.

    pls reply soon


  63. DR.ARUN says:
    September 8th, 2011 9:34 pm

    Sir,i am nepalese citizen and study here …i heard person who live more then 10 years getting temporary citizen that will provide free entry and visa.can any body guide me what is that….i can not leave my nepali citizen ship.

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