Irish Dual Citizenship

Dual citizenship arises when a person holds two or more citizenships simultaneously. Is Irish Dual Citizenship allowed? Irish Dual Citizenship is allowed under Article 24 of the Irish Nationality and Citizenship Act of 1956 which specifically allows individuals holding Irish…

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European citizenship after Brexit

European citizenship after Brexit impacts many EU nationals living and working in the UK. What has been considered as one of the major accomplishments of the EU integration – citizenship of the Union – is now jeopardised with the probability…

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Russian private wealth and demand for second citizenship

Private wealth is a relatively new phenomenon in Russia however, according to New World Wealth, Russia is the country with the sixth largest outflow of individuals with a net worth of over $1 million.  Unlike other regions, Russia is experiencing…

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A Comparison of European Citizenship by Investment Programmes

The importance of Second Citizenship With concerns growing over the economic changes and political instabilities in a number of different countries, people all over are looking into different ways to protect themselves and their families. One of the ways that…

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Italy Dual Citizenship

Dual citizenship arises when a person holds two or more citizenships simultaneously. Is Italy Dual Citizenship Allowed? Originally, Italy was one of the signatories to the 1963 Strasbourg Convention on the Reduction of Multiple Nationalities. However, Italian law was amended…

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