If I was born in Denmark and hold a Danish passport but spent most of my life in England am I a Danish citizen?
Also, does that mean I am entitled to free education in Europe that Demark offers because in England it is not free?
- ZirpLv 77 months ago
It means you are a Danish NATIONAL
CITIZENSHIP depends on whether you have the right to vote, so it doesn't apply if you are under 18
> does that mean I am entitled to free education in Europe?
No. It might mean you are entitled to an education in DENMARK, but if you don't speak Danish... that wouldn't help you much
- martinLv 77 months ago
Your Danish passport proves you are a Danish citizen, regardless of time spent in England.
- Anonymous7 months ago
If you hold a Danish passport and not a UK Passport, you are a Denmark citizen. If living in the UK, you must abide by UK laws, ethics, and social order. If Denmark offers free education you can move back to Denmark to get it.
- AnnLv 67 months ago
You could be............................