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  • Info Citizenship is the status of a person recognized under the custom or law of a state that bestows on that person (called a citizen) the rights and the duties of citizenship. more...
  • His father held five different citizenships, and he spent his youth living in many different countries.
  • The legal status of free persons might be further defined by their citizenship.
  • Military service often was linked with citizenship among the male members of the royal house.
  • If the Chinese come here, they will come for citizenship or merely for labor.
  • Antarctica has no permanent population and therefore it has no citizenship nor government.
  • He was only one of three people ever granted citizenship by an Act of Congress.
  • Citizenship is derived through one's parents rather than through birth within the country's territory.
  • In addition to these academic awards he has also received various honorary citizenships.
  • In most cases this was because there was no distinction between British and local citizenship.
  • They do not have clear-cut political positions as such, but push for active citizenship.
  • About seven million of them are foreign residents, which is defined as those not having German citizenship.
  • If they returned to the United States, they would have US citizenship.
  • Although he often referred to himself as an American composer, he kept his Italian citizenship.
  • A month later the council accepted his application for citizenship.
  • Holding both British and Canadian citizenships he returned to England as a child.
  • Technically they had been given citizenship, but in such a way that they had no real power.
  • Nine years after his marriage to Judith, he received legal citizenship from the city.
  • Any future children of a freedman would be born free, with full rights of citizenship.
  • If they are born in Finland and cannot get citizenship of any other country, they become citizens.
  • He stood for election in the French Assembly and accepted French citizenship.
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Meaning of citizenship

  • noun The status of a citizen with rights and duties
  • noun Conduct as a citizen
    award for good citizenship