What makes you a citizen of a state
Many wonder about what it means to be a citizen. Theory of constitutional law in detail responds to it. A citizen is a person, endowed with citizenship, but citizenship, in turn, is a steady, unbreakable bond, based on law, which is expressed by the presence of the mutual rights, duties and responsibilities. Thus, citizenship is a legal regime in which a person is a citizen of a particular state. In constitutional law the citizenship acts as an institution enshrined in the basic law – the Constitution.