The Dual Citizenship Report provides an accurate, up-to-date analysis of the different laws regulating dual citizenship, highlighting whether a particular country or territory allows, restricts, or prohibits its citizens from holding dual and multiple citizenship.

The Global edition of the Dual Citizenship Report gives an overview of dual citizenship laws in over 100 jurisdictions from all regions of the world, as they stand as at March 2019.

The country chapters are comprised of detailed commentary from collaborator law firms, with critical insight and evaluation on the laws governing citizenship in their respective countries. Where the laws are less definite, the report details the conditions under which dual citizenship may or may not be allowed.