Can a person hold dual citizenship and be a citizen of two countries at once?

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Dual citizenship refers to a situation where an individual is a citizen of two or more countries, and they have legal rights and obligations in both countries. The laws and policies regarding dual citizenship vary by country, so it is important to understand the specific requirements and restrictions of each country in question. In some cases, holding dual citizenship may confer additional benefits, such as the ability to live and work in multiple countries, while in other cases, it may result in additional responsibilities or restrictions.

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