Dating different nationality
However, nationals may not have the right of abode (the right to live permanently) in the countries that grant them passports.Nationality is required for full citizenship, and some people have no nationality in international law.Article 15 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights states that "Everyone has the right to a nationality," and "No one shall be arbitrarily deprived of his nationality nor denied the right to change his nationality." Nationals normally have the right to enter or return to the country they belong to.Passports are issued to nationals of a state, rather than only to citizens, because the passport is the travel document used to enter the country.
In the Soviet Union, more than 100 such groups were formally recognized.
Similarly, the term nationalities of China refers to ethnic and cultural groups in China.
Spain is one nation, made up of nationalities, which are not politically recognized as nations (state), but can be considered smaller nations within the Spanish nation.
Children born after the revolution were categorized according to their parents' recorded ethnicities.
Many of these ethnic groups are still recognized by modern Russia and other countries.