dual citizenship


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du′al cit′izenship


n.
the status of a person who is a legal citizen of two or more countries.
[1920–25]
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The former MEP added taking dual citizenship "in no way impacted on my Irish citizenship".
We are for dual citizenship to be given to NRIs - that is an assurance made by former Prime Minister AB Vajpayee," he said.
A BABY born 12 weeks premature on a Florida holiday has returned home - with dual citizenship.
The 72-year-old Mioli holds dual citizenship and would represent North and Central America.
Foreign preference" conditions frequently arise when an applicant has dual citizenship and possesses a passport from the foreign country of origin.
General Directorate of Nationality, Passports and Residence human resources and finance director Nayef Al Sherooqi said: Depending on subject number 9 of the Nationality Law of 1963 about dual citizenship, a Bahraini loses his nationality if:
Following three days of hot debate, the Wolesi Jirga, or lower house of parliament, has decided against giving trust vote to ministers with dual citizenship.
We're thinking of having it in America as the baby will then have dual citizenship.
One aspect of Canadian citizenship that I would be able to benefit from would be dual citizenship.
All Martina Navratilova wanted was to get dual citizenship so she could travel easily between the United States -- where she defected to 33 years ago -- and the Czech Republic -- where she was born.
Are those with dual citizenship denied a security clearance?
Abdullah said tensions in the south of largely Buddhist Thailand are a threat to the two countries and Malaysia is ready to offer help in tackling issues including dual citizenship held by people in Thailand's south.