Dual citizenship has been a topic of debate for many years now.
This kind of citizenship allows an individual to be a citizen of more than one country at the same time.
Developed countries like the UK, the US, Switzerland or Australia offer this kind of citizenship while countries like India, Japan or China doesn’t offer this option to citizens.
Countries like Pakistan and Spain allow this facility for citizens of certain counties.
The Countries That Allow Dual Citizenship
|South Africa (Requires permission)
|Spain(with certain Latin American countries)
|Germany (Requires prior permission)
|Sri Lanka (by Retention)
|Pakistan (only with 16 countries)
|Turkey (requires permission)
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