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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They are suggesting the need to give Senators a tenure of six (6) years, and the Representative and President four (4) years.At the forum, the people of District #11 said they welcome dual citizenship, saying that those who hold dual citizenship should deny key positions at some ministries and agencies.
He said its introduction followed consultation on the Citizenship Amendment Bill specifically the provision on dual citizenship which Parliament put on hold because it affected 34 other pieces of legislation.
Part of the investigation was on his then-undeclared dual citizenship after it emerged that he held a Cypriot passport beside the Kenyan one.
The petitioner has requested the court, in his plea, that Murad Ali shah has dual citizenship, therefore he should be disqualified.
I was invited to speak to you on the topic 'Dual Citizenship for Liberians Living Abroad: The Challenges, Advantages, and Way Forward to the Future' and not to school on the pros or cons of celebrating Liberia at 172.
Member of the Presidency of Bosnia and Herzegovina, A efik DA3/4aferovic, said today that the region of Southeast Europe faces numerous challenges that can be solved only by working together to overcome issues such as migration, abuse of dual citizenship, but also to achieve a higher level of reconciliation and respect for the victims of the past war.
She also said that while Italy allows dual citizenship, India does not.
The tycoon said he was not aware that as a Kenyan citizen he was supposed to disclose his dual citizenship within three months of acquiring the same, a condition foreign nationals are not subjected to.
A statement tweeted by the minister said: "The Government of Bangladesh is deeply concerned that she has been erroneously identified as a holder of dual citizenship shared with Bangladesh alongside her birthplace, the United Kingdom.
Members of parliament holding dual citizenship had already paid a price with their resignations following a ruling by the country's apex court in the year 2012.
The applicant stated that lifting ban on dual citizenship was in contrary with law.