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Can dual citizens vote from abroad in US elections?

If you are a US citizen with dual citizenship, yes, you can vote in US elections from overseas. 

US voting laws allow you to vote as a dual citizen within the US, domestically, or you can vote as a dual citizen from another country outside of the US.

The key factor is that you are a US citizen.

In addition to your US citizenship, you will need to meet the other requirements to vote: 

For US citizens born overseas who have not established US residency, please consult our Voter Help Desk FAQ: I'm a US citizen born overseas. Am I eligible to vote in US elections?

For further information, please see "Who qualifies to vote by overseas absentee ballot?"

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