Dual Citizenship China
Chinese citizenship is primarily based upon the principle of jus sanguinis (right of blood). China does not recognize dual citizenship. However, it is possible for someone to end up with Chinese dual citizenship under very limited circumstances. For example, someone born in China to at one Chinese parent and another non-Chinese parent has Chinese citizenship and may acquire another citizenship from the other parent. Also, someone could be born abroad to at least one Chinese parent who do not live abroad, and thus acquire Chinese citizenship from the Chinese parent and also acquire another citizenship by jus soli (right of the soil) in the country of birth.