In Germany, a person of foreign nationality, in addition to his German nationality (several nationalities), has exactly the same rights as all other German nationals. Those who, for one of these reasons, have multiple nationality normally pass on multinationality to their children. In such cases, German law allows children to retain their polynationality for a long time. However, persons with multiple nationalities may choose to give up their German nationality (Section 26 of the Nationality Act). In correspondence with the Directorate of Research, the Vice-Consul of the Embassy of the Russian Federation indicated that a child born in a country outside Russia to parents of Russian nationality is a Russian citizen, but this is not automatically the case if only one of the parents is of Russian nationality (13 April 2006). In any event, according to the Vice-Consul, Russian citizens with children born outside the Russian Federation may apply for Russian citizenship for their children at the nearest consular office of the Russian Federation (Russian Federation, 13 April 2006). It is possible to renounce Pakistani citizenship. Applicants must apply to the relevant Diplomatic and Consular Representation of Pakistan and submit Form X for renunciation of nationality. The citizenship waiver fee is Rs.500 / This answer was developed after seeking publicly available information currently available to the research directorate within the time limits. This answer is inconclusive and does not claim to be consistent with the merits of a particular right to refugee protection. Below is a list of additional sources used to search for this request for information.
It may be advantageous for Pakistani nationals to apply for a stay/golden visa for countries with dual nationality agreements with Pakistan. For other countries, dual nationality is not allowed. At present, none of the CBI (CITIZENSHIP by Investment) countries has concluded dual nationality agreements with Pakistan. Pakistan`s Nationality Act governs citizenship of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan. The main nationality determination act, the Pakistan Citizenship Act, was passed by the Constituent Assembly of Pakistan on 13 April 1951. Pakistan is the only country in Asia to have unconditional soli civil rights.  The Director General of Immigration and Passports, Ishrat Ali, said on Friday that Pakistan is trying to make a pact with Spain and Germany with dual nationality, as Pakistanis are forced to denounce their nationalities when they obtain the nationality of these countries. . .