Overview#Nationality is a Legal Relationship between a Natural Person and a Jurisdiction
Nationality implies a person has been born or is a citizenship within a Jurisdiction. Not all Nationality affords the jurisdiction over the Natural Person and affords the Natural Person the protection of the state (Jurisdiction).
Nationality differs technically and legally from citizenship, which is a different legal relationship between a Natural Person and a Jurisdiction as Nationality can include both citizens and non-citizens. All Citizens are Nationals of the Jurisdiction, not all Natural Persons are; for example Aliens who are visiting a Jurisdiction.