Dual citizenship

Every country decides for itself who it seems to be a citizen. If you are recognized as a citizen in more than one country, we call that dual citizenship and the people dual residents. It is not possible to hold dual citizenship in a number of countries. Countries not allowing dual citizenship is no...
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Papers, please

by ISABEL SCHWAB, LLNYC Imagine, for a moment, you are a Chinese billionaire who wants to dine at Le Cinq in Paris next week. An American billionaire would simply book the table (or have his secretary do it), pack his nicest Hermès tie and take a chauffeured car to his private Boeing 747. His Chin...
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