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Single Citizenship Vs Dual Citizenship: A Debate Over the Indian Perspective

Journal: International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) (Vol.6, No. 7)

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Page : 760-763

Keywords : Diaspora; dual nationality; plural nationality; right; freedom; necessity; State interest; immigrants;

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The world countries that face immigrations, whether it be the giver of immigrants or receiver of immigrants have in one time or the other debated over implementation of dual citizenship. According to a recent survey of United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs, India contributes the largest number of diaspora to the world countries including both developed and advanced countries at about 15.6 million in number in around 200 countries. Dual Citizenship has now become a normality in the global level due to reasons that also need to be adjudged by India, a nation moving fast towards development. If it is possible to frame one of the largest written constitutions of the world and contribute the largest diaspora that plays a major role in the world advancement, it is possible to frame for the acquisition and maintenance of plural citizenship or dual citizenship to the people of Indian origin without compromising the State interests and individual autonomy in a nation like India.

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