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Iran does not recognize dual citizenship for Iranians, which means that Mr. Esfahani’s Canadian passport does not afford him diplomatic protections, such as consular visits, that foreign prisoners receive in Iran.
While new citizens take an oath renouncing allegiances to foreign states, many maintain dual citizenship if their countries of origin allow it.
Ajlouny has dual citizenship, as do her three sons and husband, Ziad Khalaf, executive director of the A.M. Quattan Foundation, an educational and cultural nonprofit in Palestine.
The Iranian president said Tehran does not recognize dual citizenship, and so the courts see the Namazis as Iranians only.
At least four have dual citizenship, though that isn’t the case with the latest two.
More recently, those laws have been expanded with provisions that allow applicants to maintain dual citizenship and to get their passports without residing in Spain for a full year, as the law had previously mandated.
While dual citizenship is accepted for politicians in Somalia, other African nations that have experienced similar diasporas are not quite as accepting.
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