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Every country has its laws and some may differ from place to place. As far as I know nationality is established at birth, by a child's place of birth or bloodline. My parents are Romanian and I’ve been living here since I was born.. so I’m Romanian.

Here the nationality and citizenship and not the same thing. I don't know if I can change my nationality but I would like to change my citizenship. I wanna move to California or Australia in the future.

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British BAB.

No confusion with me, born 2 miles from where I live.

Would I change my citizenship? Yes. Japan or USA most likely.

Hell yeah. If I ever had to leave the US, Japan would be my first choice of countries to move to.

On topic, I consider my nationality and ethnicity to be two totally different things.

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