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What is a citizen?
A person who is a legal member of a country, and who can exercise rights and perform duties by virtue of that membership. While the concept of citizenship differs in many countries, a citizenship usually provides the holder the right to a passport, to leave and return to the nation and the right to live and work there.
How to become a legal citizen:
There are various different routes to becoming a legal citizen, depending on the sovereign nation’s nationality law. This includes:
- Citizenship by birth or jus sanguinis
- Birth-right citizenship or jus soli
- Citizenship by marriage or jus matrimonii
- Citizenship by investment
In today’s increasingly globalised world, it has become common for citizens to have ties to more than one nation with many considering themselves to be a ‘citizen of the world