May a citizen hold multiple citizenships (such as UK and Israeli)? Posted on June 24, 2013

It depends on the laws of one’s current nationality. Most civilized countries allow their citizens to hold dual citizenship, but there are some countries (such as India, Denmark, etc.) which automatically revoke their citizenship upon their citizen’s receiving another, foreign citizenship. In Israel, a person may hold dual citizenship but will prevent such person from serving as a Member of Parliament.

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