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Nomad Capitalist's "How many citizenships can one person have?" video claims that:

There are some countries [...] that say 3 [citizenships] is the max.

Which countries limit the number of citizenships their citizens may have to 3?

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    Have you asked at Nomad Capitalist how the number was ascertained? – DavidSupportsMonica Jun 3 at 1:49
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    This is related: expatriates.stackexchange.com/questions/4460/… and indicates that Uganda is the only known case of a country allowing two (but not three) citizenships. – DavidSupportsMonica Jun 3 at 1:50
  • @DavidSupportsMonica yes youtube.com/… sorry I wish I could link in the question the other places where I asked the question but typically I'm eating downvotes and negative comments because of it (notably on travel.stackexchange.com), so sometimes I simply don't. Thanks, your link seems to answer my question! – Franck Dernoncourt Jun 3 at 1:51
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    An explicit limit “you can have three citizenships but not four” would be strange. I could imagine it as an indirect consequence, like “you can have our citizenship, and inherit a citizenship from your father, and one from your mother”. – gnasher729 Jun 5 at 20:16
  • @gnasher729 Good point. Or maybe for some historical reason (e.g. something like en.wikipedia.org/wiki/British_nationality_law_and_Hong_Kong) that resulted in some inhabitants getting 3 citizenships. – Franck Dernoncourt Jun 5 at 20:19

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