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How dual nationals play a key role on U.S. World Cup team

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What does it take to be a real American? For seven members of the U.S. men's national soccer team, which begins World Cup play Monday against Ghana, foreign accents and nearly a lifetime of living abroad are good enough. The players hold dual passports with the U.S. and one of three European countries, and in each case has a legitimate, legal right to claim U.S. citizenship — either through an...

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