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Can Korean American men visit South Korea without being drafted?

I've read some things about how Korean American males 18 or older can't visit South Korea between the age of 18 and 35? 38? (inclusive?) without being drafted into the military. South Korea, of course,...
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Exit immigration asking for destination and potentially having the ability to deny the leaving of the country

I know that airlines check the papers for a destination country and I know that Exit immigration is supposed to check whether a person has been legally to a country or not and potentially can ask ...
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Having multiple residences

Let's suppose I'm a citizen of Italy, France and Belgium and let's suppose I own 3 houses in respectively, Bologna, Paris and Brussels. As far as my supposedly countries of citizenship are concerned, ...
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Two EU citizenships

Is it permissible, under a European legal framework, to hold two EU citizenships? Sometimes I read that it is possible, sometimes I read this is not possible because a person cannot be European "twice ...
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Can airlines refuse boarding for complex itinerary involving two passports neither of which would be allowed alone?

Bob is the citizen of countries A and B. His passports are in different names. Both A and B are fine with dual citizenship but citizens of A need a visa to enter B, and vice versa. Bob books a flight ...
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Can parents withhold their birth certificate/marriage license from their kids

I had a falling-out with my parents awhile ago. Haven't talked to them in almost two years. They were born in the Czech Republic. I am wanting to apply for a dual citizenship in CZ, which is easy as ...
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Can dual-citizen Americans vacation in Cuba?

If a U.S. citizen who has another citizenship enters Cuba using that other citizenship and spends his vacation there, will he run afoul of U.S. law (embargo of Cuba)?
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What is the legislation which prevents dual-nationality in Malaysia?

Most people in Malaysia know that dual nationality is not allowed, for adults at least, and generally refer back to the Constitution. However, the relevant part of the Malaysian constitution states: ...
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Is my father a dual citizen of Venezuela?

I needed to know whether or not my father is a dual citizen of Venezuela and I would 100% appreciate if you guys could help me the answer. So landmark events are: He was born in Egypt but his ...
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Dual Citizenship for Adults in Germany

My sister was born in 1997 as a Bulgarian citizen in Germany. She became a German citizen while she was rather young (5 years old if I remember correctly), while keeping her Bulgarian citizenship. ...
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is it possible to have a dual citizenship even if I'm not a national of these countries?

I am planning to apply for Italian citizenship after having lived here for three years, but I am also about to marry a US citizen. Will it be possible for me to have Italian citizenship and in the ...
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What if a US dual citizen gets a US visa stamp on his foreign passport?

I was born in Canada but became a US citizen through my US citizen father at birth. My father lives in the US, so I came down here to acquire proof of my US citizenship (which of course I now have!) ...
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What is the way to obtain american citizenship back , once it is renounced?

American citizens can have dual citizenship , but if an american citizen who has his/her citizenship renounced (even though the person was originally an american citizen) , then what is a way of ...
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Can a U.S. citizen who renounced his citizenship, get a green card through his American wife?

Here's the situation: A dual citizen American-British couple lives abroad (i.e. in the U.K). Because of the burdens of U.S. worldwide tax (the only country that does this besides Eritrea) the husband ...
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Do British Overseas Territories count as United Kingdom with regards to 90 days rule when applying for British citizenship?

https://www.gov.uk/becoming-a-british-citizen This one of the criteria: Spent no more than 90 days outside the UK in the last 12 months Read the full guidance notes and the requirements ...
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Could a foreign power remove an Australian member of federal parliament by declaring them a citizen?

Recently a number of Australian members of the federal parliament have been referred to the high court because they might have a foreign citizenship. The first was a simple oversight by the politician ...
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Could one become stateless by first renouncing one's native citizenship, and then having one's naturalization revoked?

This is a follow-up to similar question on Expatriates SE, based on an answer I got there. The Norwegian Directorate of Immigration can revoke previously issued naturalizations, if they were based on ...
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Is there any way to renounce citizenship of a foreign country legally in the U.S.?

I have dual citizenship of Japan and Iran, and I'm studying in the U.S. for the past six years through F-1 visa. I've lived in Japan for the first 15 years of my life, and I've never visited Iran. ...
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Age of consent for a person with dual citizenship

The age of consent law seems a bit unclear to me, and becomes very complex and mysterious when adding dual citizenship into the mix because finding information on that is difficult. I'm just wondering ...
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Legal meaning of european citizenship

For quite a few years, europeans have held european citizenship. But what is the actual meaning of the phrase in law? By that I mean, is a (say) person born and lifelong resident in Germany, a ...
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Do I have a right to British citizenship?

I currently have a dual-citizenships. I am German and Spanish. However, I was born in the UK and moved to another country at the age of three. I would like to know if I have a right to British ...
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Law for passport renewel of a us citizen minor in india

My sister's daughter is a minor and us citizen by birth. My sister and her husband are separated and her husband has filed a case for divorce and child custody against my sister in Indian family court....
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Can you lose your right to be a Latvian non-citizen?

If you're a non-citizen of Latvia, and acquire a citizenship of another country, do you automatically lose your (right?) to be a non-citizen of Latvia?