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Double nationality

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hey /adv/,
So I'm a norwegian guy, who has lived in Spain for 11 years (I'm 19 now).
I have been managing with an out-of-date NIE-number (ID) since it only lasted for 3 months.
Anyway, I have been thinking about getting my Spanish nationality (including my current norwegian one)
to get some(many) benefits.
But before I start the process, I would like to make sure there are no consequences that would put me in a worse situation in the future. Any tips?
I've been told that by law you don't lose any rights by having double nationality, but still... my dad told me they recommended him not to do it.
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>>17384114
The only foreseeable consequence would be that, if you have children with a Spaniard, you would need to check what the Norwegian stance on them inheriting nationality is.

I'm a Spaniard and I've a Danish-Spanish friend who lost the Danish nationality because he knew jack of speaking Danish and only visited once every blue moon, on top of having been born here.

It's handy to have the nationality of the country in which you reside, and you can't ever lose your original nationality; I don't see the downside.
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>>17384114
My mother is born and grew up in USA, and moved to denmark with my father (danish).

Therefor i have double nationality, with 2 pasports.
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>>17384114
Some countries (including the US) used to make you renounce all other citizenship to get theirs, and treated your getting another citizenship as renouncing the US. But that has all changed and almost every country acknowledges dual citizenship.

But here's a really bizarre thought: Why not ask the Danish and Spanish citizenship offices?
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