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Is holding a third citizenship allowed?

The US does not generally restrict its citizens from having other nationalities. This doesn't depend on the number of other nationalities. The same caveats that apply to dual nationality also apply, ...
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Why does the oath of loyalty to the United States that new U.S. citizens must swear mention seem to include renouncing all foreign citizenships?

The text of the oath was fixed before US law changed with respect to multiple citizenship, and it has not been changed since.
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Do any countries allow most cases of dual citizenship, yet somehow restrict triple citizenship?

Yes, at least one country does, Uganda. At least according to the Government of Uganda website: https://www.gou.go.ug/content/ugandan-citizenship DOES DUAL CITIZENSHIP INCLUDE POSESSION OF THREE ...
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Why does the oath of loyalty to the United States that new U.S. citizens must swear mention seem to include renouncing all foreign citizenships?

It doesn't. Nowhere in the oath does it talk about renouncing "citizenship" or "nationality" at all. It talks about renouncing "allegiance and fidelity". Allegiance and fidelity are different from ...
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How can an adult get citizenship involuntarily?

An adult can gain a citizenship involuntarily if his/her hometown is annexed by another country. The most recent example is annexation of Crimea by the Russian Federation. Ukrainian online newspaper ...
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How can an adult get citizenship involuntarily?

Things I've thought of so far: A non-Iranian woman who marries an Iranian man involuntarily, instantaneously and automatically receives Iranian citizenship [0]. An adult adopted by another adult may ...
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Would our child have four nationalities?

They would have three citizenships automatically, although you would need to do the paperwork to register them in all the countries. More specifically, all children born in the US are Americans (with ...
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Is holding a third citizenship allowed?

Triple nationality is definitely possible. My children have US citizenship (through their mother and their place of birth), UK citizenship (through me) and NZ citizenship (through naturalization).
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If husband is Egyptian, and wife is an Australian and Thai dual national, can our child hold these three citizenships?

In principle, this may be possible, with caveats. From Egyptian nationality law: Therefore, even if the child [born abroad] is registered with the Egyptian authorities and given an Egyptian birth ...
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Can a French consulate ask me what other nationalities I have before providing a service?

Many countries only provide (routine) consular services to people who reside lawfully in the consulate's district. The basis of your lawful residence in the US is your US nationality; if you were not ...
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Is having these 8 citizenships possible?

Japan, Korea and Singapore do not allow dual citizenship. You would have to abandon other citizenships in order to get one of these.
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Getting citizenship of a country with which Pakistan do not have dual citizenship agreement.

According to Pakistani Nationality Law: s. 14 If you hold a citizenship outside of Pakistan the Pakistani citizenship is terminated Unless one decides to renounce the other Unless one has ...
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Is it possible to hold UK, USA, AUS, NZ and JAP passport together?

This question has a good answer in the duplicate, but for your specific situation: UK, USA, AUS, and NZ are no problem to hold multiple citizenships. However, it can get expensive to maintain up-to-...
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Getting citizenship of a country with which Pakistan do not have dual citizenship agreement.

This is an interesting question. I am trying to find the answer to this as well. On the face of it, the law says (Pakistan Citizenship Act 1951) Subject to the provisions of this section if any ...
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Daughter wants German citizenship but wants to keep her naturalised Australian citizenship

There is a special rule to simplify naturalisation for former German citizens (reacquisition) and it does not seem to require giving up any other citizenship the applicant might have (all that stems ...
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