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Dual Citizenship in Russia
In the USSR, the dual citizenship was expressly prohibited by the Soviet law. After Perestroika, a new stage of Russian statehood began: on 12 December 1993, the Constitution of the modern Russian Federation was adopted, which granted Russian citizens the right to have dual citizenship. Over the past twenty-five years, a new legislation has been adopted on the Russian citizenship, migration, and the state policy regarding compatriots living abroad. During these years, millions of Russiandoi:10.24989/0014-2492-2019-12-57 fatcat:kinvlyji3fcsjnbkzd477n72fe