dual citizenship

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du′al cit′izenship

the status of a person who is a legal citizen of two or more countries.
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Shi-Junzi (scholar-officials) lived in multiple public communities and generally had multiple citizenship identities, which means they participated in public life at different levels.
Lithuanians around the world are calling on the Lithuanian Parliament and Government to launch a campaign for a referendum to legalise multiple citizenship in recently prepared statement.
Among their topics are looking for citizenship in archaic Greece: methodology and historical problems, the case of multiple citizenship holders in the Graeco-Roman east, citizens among outsiders in Plautus' Roman cosmopolis: a moment of change, Egyptians and citizenship from the first century AD to the Constitutio Antoniniana, metaphorical appeals to civic ethos in Lycurgus' Against Leocrates, and the idea of cosmopolitanism from its origin to the 21st century.
Citizenship in Global Perspective: From Unitary to Multiple Citizenship,
According to Australia's constitution, a person cannot run for federal office if they hold dual or multiple citizenship. Waters, 40, was first elected to the parliament in 2010.
Furthermore, most commentators did not question whether Canada should allow multiple citizenship. It would appear then that the analyzed newspapers' coverage of citizenship revocation contributed to a de-ethnicizing understanding of Canadian citizenship.
In states where the nation is built on territorial belonging, citizenship policies are related to the territory: "jus soli," or right of soil, and they often allow for multiple citizenship, as is the case in the US and in France.
To the extent that many individuals who reside more or less permanently in another state are dual citizens, such laws indirectly impede the exercise of multiple citizenship.
The multiple citizenship laws developed to govern the island have only reinforced the inclusive exclusion of Puerto Ricans within the U.S.
The most important developments include a turn toward "citizenship of residency" rather than exclusive nationality, the institution of "flexible" dual or multiple citizenship, and the "disaggregation" of citizenship into rights-bearing modes of membership for noncitizen immigrants, guest workers, refugees, and asylees.
THE BUREAU of Immigration (BI) yesterday said it would no longer issue alien certificate of registration identity cards (ACR I-Card) to Filipinos holding dual or multiple citizenship.
Germany still mostly frowns on dual or multiple citizenship, a debate relevant to the 1.6 million Turkish citizens living in the country; the Aussiedler, ethnic Germans of the Eastern bloc, have to prove their language skills to "return." My only claim to Germanness, aside from that blood rightand lives and slaughters four generations removedis my near-daily listening to Bach's St.

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