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Don't give any ranks to people who haven't met the requirements and made a ticket.

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Don't give any ranks to people who haven't met the requirements and haven't made a ticket.

I want to inform my staff members that I don't want them to grant any rank/position on my discord server if the person wanting it haven't met the requirements and haven't made a ticket.

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The second is correct. "haven't" normally modifies only the closest phrase, not both phrases in the conjunction.

You can change this by adding "both":

Don't give any ranks to people who haven't both met the requirements and made a ticket.

That groups the conjunction into a single item.

You can also enumerate them:

Don't give any ranks to people who haven't: a) met the requirements and b) made a ticket.

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