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the status of a citizen with rights and duties

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Based on the results of the examination, the city prosecutor's office initiated the direction of the Department of Migration of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia in Moscow to the Zamoskvoretsky District Court of Moscow to establish a legal fact of providing false information when a person acquires the citizenship of the Russian Federation.
Mr Batshu explained that the ministry had further consulted with the Attorney General and Cabinet on the legal stipulations and implications of dual citizenship and to propose a viable dispensation to facilitate Batswana who may lose or may have lost their citizenship by virtue of Section 15.
Also, it is advisable to argue to describe the reasons why Slovak citizenship was stripped from them, and how they acquired foreign citizenship.
As FENA learned, in the process of renunciation of BiH citizenship a party is not obliged to state any other reasons other than the fact that they already have or are guaranteed the acquisition of the citizenship of another state.
Subsequently, the BI confirmed her reacquisition of Philippine citizenship.
He said they will not allow the unjust issuing of citizenship when there were many people who really deserved it.
There was no dual citizenship law then, so he lost Philippine citizenship.
More recently, another political sociologist, Christian Joppke (2010), has left his mark on the field by making a strong claim that increasingly "de-ethnicized" citizenship rules across Western liberal-democratic states are converging.
The largest group acquiring citizenship of an EU Member State in 2014 was citizens of Morocco (92,700 persons, of which 88% acquired citizenship of Spain, Italy or France), ahead of citizens of Albania (41,000, 96% acquired citizenship of Greece or Italy), Turkey (37,500, 60% acquired German citizenship), India (35,300, almost two-thirds acquired British citizenship), Ecuador (34,800, 94% acquired Spanish citizenship), Colombia (27,800, 90% acquired Spanish citizenship) and Pakistan (25,100, around half acquired British citizenship).
This is the second highest rate of granting citizenship to non-EU citizens after Estonia where all people granted Estonian citizenship were from countries outside the EU.
33-year-old Tahira, who hails from Faisalabad in Pakistan had applied for Indian citizenship in March 2011 after completing the mandatory 7 years of stay in India.
In "Reconfiguring Citizenship and National Identity in the North American Literary Imagination", Kathy-Ann Tan (Associate Professor of American Studies at the Eberhard Karls University of Tuebingen, Germany) investigates metaphors, configurations, parameters, and articulations of U.
The Meaning of Citizenship is an anthology of fifteen scholarly essays by learned authors selected from the tenth anniversary conference of the Center for the Study of Citizenship at Wayne State University, during which the theme "The Meaning of Citizenship" was suggested as a concept to reflect upon when evaluating the past decade of research in the field.
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