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Are you a citizen of 1 country, 2 countries, or more ?

RU a citizen of just 1 or 2 or more countries? How did you come to acquire dual/multiple citizenships?

I'm just an Australian citizen (by birth) and have never lived in any other country nor considered or tried to get dual citizenship, though my father (deceased) was either a UK citizen or dual UK/Aus citizen and allegedly there is or was a pathway I apparently can or could use to get dual Aus/UK citizenship. Not really interested though. I don't have a passport at all. International travel doesn't appeal to me.

Most people are citizens of one country, but dual citizenship is very common and a lot of countries do allow it. Australia does, UK does, USA also does I think.

I have not come across anyone who's a citizen of 3 or more countries, but perhaps that's technically possible in some circumstances.
TheStarsareout · 56-60, M
I am British and because of Brexit and I live in Germany for many years I now have both British and German.
helensusanswift · 26-30, F
Scottish; officially I suppose I am British but by blood, inclination, birth and philosophy I am Scottish.
Fairydust · F
I only have uk, my brother and his family have Uk and Australian citizenship.
SlaveEt · 31-35, F
Just the one. But it's the best one so don't need more than one😉😏
2 once I trick a gullible American woman into marrying me

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