Many analysts argue that transnational citizens are becoming victims to political vagueness and they are not considered actively functional members of particular society. The foundation of citizenship in a nation-state lies on unified cultural aspects rather than transnational and multiple experiences. The ideas of transnational citizenships will probably result in promotion of inequalities among people on a global scale. Growing migratory practices will reframe nationalism creating a state of confusion and provoke discrimination against transnational citizens. Huge alien citizenship will also increase burden on capacity and resources of nation-states enormously. The rights of immigrants are being compromised forming unconstructive relationships between immigrants and the state. This also deprives transnational citizens to claim their basic rights and support from the state creating further complexities and instability in governance practices. Sometimes, cross-border citizenship has the ability to surpass national citizenship.