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The process by which a resident may acquire citizenship

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Evidence for continuous residence to apply for UK citizenship as a EU student?

One of the requirements for applying for British citizenship through naturalization is: During the last five years you must not have been outside the United Kingdom for more than 450 days (about ...
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When can I reapply for US Citizenship after denial?

I moved to another state and then applied for US citizenship without waiting 3 months residence restriction (I am permanent resident for more than 5 years). For the reason that I filed before 3 months,...
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Can I obtain British/Swedish citizenship via grandparents?

Grandfather was Swedish, grandmother was British. They moved to Canada and got married in Canada and had my Dad. They divorced and grandmother moved back to UK. Unfortunately my own deceased parents ...
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British Naturalisation - more than 90 days absence in any 12-month period

I've come across this webpage www.sableinternational.com/blog/don-t-do-the-long-distance-thing-extend-your-uk-spouse-visa stating that: you cannot be outside of the UK for more than 90 days in any ...
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Citizenship UK from permanent residenship

I just received my UK permanent residence as EU for the period from Nov 2010 to Dec 2015. Now to apply for UK citizenship I know you need to have the permanent residence for at least 1 year. Is that ...
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What is the status of a baby born abroad to an American parent, but fails to qualify for U.S. citizenship?

Looking at the "Acquisition of U.S. Citizenship by a Child Born Abroad" page, it seems that there are some combinations where the targeted baby may not be an American citizen by default. So, what ...
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US presidential qualification; 1994 “equal treatment of women in conferring citizenship to children born abroad”

Inspired by Legal to become president if U.S. adds new state/territories? People born before May 24, 1934, to a US citizen mother and a non-US-citizen father, outside US territory, were not US ...
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Swiss naturalization

My crude understanding has been that one can become a citizen of Switzerland only by becoming a citizen of one of the cantons, and one can become a citizen of a canton only by becoming a citizen of a ...
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Albanian Citizenship by Naturalization: Defining Economic or Scientific Interest

I was looking into Albanian citizenship via naturalization and was wondering what the exact meaning of: Foreigners who are 18 years old, may acquire the Albanian citizenship even if they do not ...
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Do speeding tickets constitute crimes to the federal DHS?

I was looking over the instructions for filing a form N400, application for naturalization to become a US citizen. One of the questions they ask is if a person has ever been arrested, convicted or ...
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Are American grandchildren of Portuguese citizens entitled to Portuguese citizenship?

According to Wikipedia: As of July 29, 2015, those born outside Portugal who have at least one grandparent of Portuguese nationality, are granted Portuguese citizenship by extension immediately....
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Can you lose your right to be a Latvian non-citizen?

If you're a non-citizen of Latvia, and acquire a citizenship of another country, do you automatically lose your (right?) to be a non-citizen of Latvia?
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Obtaining British citizenship through naturalization as EEA citizen

I am Lithuanian (EEA European Economic Area Citizen) and have lived in UK for 5 years. My wife is Lithuanian too. First proof of me being in UK is my NIN appointment (I had to be present in UK) that ...