Multiple citizenship, also called dual citizenship is a person's citizenship status, in which a person is concurrently regarded as a citizen of more than one state under the laws of those states. There is no international convention which determines the nationality or citizen status of a person, which is defined exclusively by national laws, which vary and can be inconsistent with each other. Some countries do not permit dual citizenship. Most countries that permit dual citizenship still may not recognize the other citizenship of its nationals within its own territory, for example, in relation to entry into the country, national service, duty to vote, etc.
No, and we should not allow any new immigrants into the country at this time
No, not for those who are genuinely immigrants interested in citizenship and residency; if they are merely residing here however long the duration, just as US citizens may do abroad, then they are solely citizens of the nation they traveled from
Yes, but allow all privileges to apply for all people regardless what country they're traveling from and what class they have and have the necessary requirements to be obligated including being an official U.S citizen (including the American Citizens themselves)
Yes, but only if they prove to not be a national security risk (for e.g. if they don't hold government secrets or classified information) and if they don't hold any positions within government agencies with such secrets.
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