This is an excellent post from a few months ago. You can also refer to the “Master Nationality Rule” in International Law

The Isaac Brock Society

Dual nationality exists when two or more nations claim jurisdiction over an individual.  This may lead to disputes between the nations claiming the allegiance of the person, requiring that international law settle the matter.  This has led to the doctrine of dominant nationality.

See also:
Dual Citizenship and National Laws
Dominant nationality protects individuals from state overreach
Dual citizenship and forced marriages, by Alison Symington

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