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Dual Nationality
China does not recognize dual nationality. European citizens who are also Chinese nationals have experienced difficulty entering and departing China on non-Chinese passports, and some passports have been seized by Chinese authorities. Dual nationals may be subject to Chinese laws which impose special obligations. Such persons are often required to use Chinese documentation to enter China. Dual nationals who enter and depart China using a non-Chinese passport and a valid P.R.C. visa retain the right of consular access and protection. China does not recognize the foreign citizenship of children born in China, when one of the parents is a P.R.C. national. Such children are required to depart China on P.R.C. travel documents. Children born overseas to P.R.C. national parents, who are neither lawful permanent residents nor citizens of that country, are not recognized as foreign citizens under Chinese nationality law. Although Chinese consulates have frequently issued visas to such individuals in error, they are treated solely as P.R.C. nationals by Chinese authorities when in China.

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