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What is Dual Nationality?
What is Dual Nationality?

You heard about “dual nationality,” but do you know how it works? When a person has dual nationality or dual citizenship, it means they are a citizen of two countries at the same time. In some situations, a person has dual citizenship automatically without doing anything ...

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