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Types of Nationality

Afghans
Afghans

The Pashtuns speak Pashto, which is an Indo-European language and one of the two official languages of Afghanistan. The Tajiks (Tadzhiks), are the second largest ethnic group in Afghanistan. They live in the valleys north of Kabul and in Badakhshan. They are farmers, artisans, and merchants.

Albanians
Albanians

The Albanians (Albanian: Shqiptarët, pronounced [ʃcipəˈtaːɾət]) are a European ethnic group that is predominantly native to Albania, Kosovo, western Macedonia, southern Serbia, southeastern Montenegro and northwestern Greece, who share a common ancestry, culture and language.

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Algerians
Algerians

Nationality by descent is now granted to a child whose father or mother is an Algerian national. The 2005 reforms grant women and men equal rights to pass nationality to their children and spouses. The revised Code is retroactive.

Americans
Americans

Nationality & Citizenship are two distinct things. Nationality refers to the area or country you were born and citizenship refers to your political or governmental affiliation. It is the government (political structure in a particular area) that grants you citizenship and issues you a passport as an ID document of your citizenship.

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Angolans
Angolans

Angolan nationality law is the body of law concerning who is a citizen of Angola. The basis of Angolan nationality law is Lei no.13/91 da nacionalidade, de 11 de maio, Lei no.1/05 da nacionalidade, de 1 de julho, and Decreto no.31/07 dos registos de nascimentos, de 14 de maio.

Antiguans and Barbudans
Antiguans and Barbudans

Antigua and Barbuda is a member of the United Nations, the Bolivarian Alliance for the Americas, the Commonwealth of Nations, the Caribbean Community, the Organization of Eastern Caribbean States, the Organization of American States, the World Trade Organization and the Eastern Caribbean's Regional Security System.

Argentines
Argentines

Inca nationality. The Inca Empire was a conglomeration of conquered ethnic groups - etnías - ruled by ethnic Inca from the Cuzco-Lake Titicaca Basin in what is now central Peru. They called their empire Tiwantinsuyu, meaning "four corners." Modern northern and western Argentina was a part of Kollasuyu.

Asian Americans
Asian Americans

Asian Americans are Americans of Asian descent. The term refers to a panethnic group that includes diverse populations, which have ancestral origins in East Asia, Southeast Asia, or South Asia, as defined by the U.S. Census Bureau.

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Black and African Americans
Black and African Americans

Bear in mind African Americans are not the only group without a designated country to base their ethnicity on - there are afro-germans, afro-brits and likely many more - but their nationalities are clear, as is should be for the African American too.

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Ethnicity: Hispanic or Latino Origin
Ethnicity: Hispanic or Latino Origin

Federal policy defines “Hispanic” not as a race, but as an ethnicity. And it prescribes that Hispanics can in fact be of any race. But these census findings suggest that standard U.S. racial categories might either be confusing or not provide relevant options for Hispanics to describe their racial identity.

Hispanic and Latino Americans
Hispanic and Latino Americans

Mexicans represent the bulk of the US Hispanic/Latino population, and most Mexican Americans that migrate to the United States are of Native American and White descent, which causes many non-Hispanics to equate being Hispanic with being of mestizo or Native American ancestry.

Native Americans and Alaska Natives
Native Americans and Alaska Natives

Native American History North and South America were the last inhabited continents to be populated by humans. No more than 20,000 years ago, thanks to low sea levels, the first “immigrants” to the Americas were able to cross a land bridge from northern Asia into what is now Alaska and Canada via the Bering Strait.

source: ancestry.com
Native Hawaiians and Other Pacific Islanders
Native Hawaiians and Other Pacific Islanders

The Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander population includes people who marked the “Native Hawaiian” checkbox, the

source: census.gov
White and European Americans
White and European Americans

A European American awareness is still notable because 90% of the respondents classified as white in the U.S. Census knew [clarification needed] their European ancestry. Historically, the concept of an American originated in the United States as a person of European ancestry, thus excluding African Americans, Jews, and Native Americans.

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