The conclusion reiterates the key contributions of the book with respect to developing the dual concepts of transnational spaces of citizenship and uncertain citizenship. It also widens the scope of the book, suggesting that living uncertain citizenship is not uncommon for many migrants globally. It finds, however, that this analytic allows for both recognition and promotion of incremental steps that can be taken toward increased inclusion in transnational spaces of citizenship.
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