Why hasn’t Ted Cruz renounced Canadian citizenship yet? That is “confounding Canadian immigration lawyers” according to the Globe and Mail.
They say the process is simple, not complicated and quick.
One says unless there is a security or mental health issue, the process should be “lickety-split.”
Even Conrad Black–perhaps the most noted Canadian to renounce Canadian citizenship–confirms the process does not take long. Black thinks Cruz may regret the decision to do so (as I suspect Mr. Black did–although he was able to come back with no problem after serving some of his prison sentence in the US).
One of the lawyers points out:
“He’s a Harvard-educated lawyer, so what’s the problem? It’s elementary.”
If only it was so easy for us to renounce U.S. citizenship!