Citizenship implies a relationship between a person and the state. By acquiring the status of a citizen, a person receives certain rights guaranteed by the state (civil, political, social, economic, etc.) but also obligations and responsibilities (eg mandatory military service). Therefore, there are rights and obligations that are guaranteed only to citizens of a certain country, while foreigners cannot claim them (eg the right to vote - the right to vote and be elected). As a rule, citizenship represents a relationship of a permanent nature, which can end only in certain cases, with the fulfillment of prescribed conditions.