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citizenship

the legal link between an individual and a state or territory as a result of which the individual is entitled to certain protection, rights and privileges, and subject to certain obligations and allegiance.
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We can estimate the cost of a change to the Citizenship Clause because the U.
Perhaps that is why former Knesset speaker Avraham Burg created such a controversy when he took French citizenship (through his wife) and voted in the French presidential election.
In December, the UAE revoked their citizenship on grounds the seven posed a threat to national security.
Latvian citizenship will also be retained for every person who becomes a citizen of another country through marriage or adoption.
Under the new regulation, a pre-screening procedure will be adopted to check if a person applying for dual citizenship has the eligibility and the necessary requirements.
Today Canada s Citizenship and Immigration Minister Chris Alexander reaffirmed the government s commitment to honouring those who serve Canada by highlighting measures proposed in Bill C-24, the Strengthening Canadian Citizenship Act.
The Caribbean is the second-most in-demand area for second citizenship because of the low cost of investment, fast-track programmes, and very little requirement to actually reside in your second citizenship country.
Volpp exposes the contradictions in liberal notions of citizenship, such as citizenship as a provision for equal rights--the second citizenship discourse.
Overall, the evidence gathered in Struggles for Citizenship in Africa thus starkly illustrates the great danger of drawing an exclusive line from ethnicity to national citizenship, which has proven to be a great source of instability and political manipulation.
Davies and M'Bow examine the Black diaspora to redefine the nation-centered approaches to citizenship and belonging.
The book demonstrates the extensive implications of the growing and potentially volatile issue of citizenship policies and immigrant integration.
A total of 1,800 applications for citizenship were submitted until the end of September and 1,000 of the applicants were Macedonians and 800 Albanians.

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