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All aliens are able to acquire Estonian citizenship through naturalisation on an equal basis. The requirements for acquiring Estonian citizenship are specified in the Citizenship Act. Any alien who wishes to acquire Estonian citizenship by naturalisation has to satisfy the conditions, and follow the requirements, which are laid down in this Act, section 6. (...) For all children born in Estonia who have parents with undetermined citizenship, the right to acquire citizenship is guaranteed.
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Score: 1015552.7 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...onalityImmigration/Estonia.pdf
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Gender under the 2007 Act The Australian Citizenship Act 2007 (the 2007 Act) sets out the legal requirements for Australian citizenship.  (...) Eligible non-citizens need to apply for Australian citizenship. Citizenship by conferral is the most common method for migrants to acquire Australian citizenship by application. (...) Dual citizenship Australian citizenship law and policy does not require people who wish to acquire Australian citizenship to give up a previously acquired foreign citizenship
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Score: 1010685.4 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/default/files/Australia.docx
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1 REPLIES TO QUESTIONS RAISED BY THE SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR ON CONTEMPORARY FORMS OF RACISM, RACIAL DISCRIMINATION, XENOPHOBIA AND RELATED INTOLERANCE IN RELATION TO FIRST THEMATIC REPORT THE CZECH REPUBLIC  Steps taken to ensure that access to citizenship and naturalisation is granted on an equal basis i.e. without discrimination on grounds of race, colour, descent, or national or ethnic origin The acquisition of citizenship of the Czech Republic (by naturalisation and other modes) is regulated by Article 12 of the Constitution of the Czech Republic and by the Act No. 186/2013 Coll., on Citizenship of the Czech Republic (also the Czech Citizenship Act). (...) It is also important to note that at present, the Czech legislation allows for double and multiple citizenships. A permanent resident who applies for the Czech citizenship can retain his or her previous citizenship or citizenships. (...) In certain cases, the law allowed for the option of citizenship. Initially, such options led to the loss of original citizenship, later changes in legislation allowed both citizenships to be preserved.
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Score: 1010660 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...yImmigration/CzechRepublic.pdf
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Manco applied for New Zealand citizenship at a fee of NZD 460. In a letter to HRMS/UNON dated 21 October 2010, sent on 3 November 2010, Mr. (...) Manco requested management evaluation, seeking reimbursement of the costs for his application for citizenship and discontinuance of the requirement that he apply for citizenship or renounce his permanent residency status. 7. (...) Manco to apply for citizenship in New Zealand or renounce his permanent resident status in New Zealand as a condition of appointment and ordered the rescission of this policy in relation to Mr.
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Score: 1007357 - www.un.org/en/internalj...at/judgments/2013-UNAT-342.pdf
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Kyrgyzstan Citizenship Emigrants Foreigners .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 909 863 .. .. .. .. .. .. (...) Russian Federation Citizenship Emigrants Foreigners .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 2978 2270 1943 .. .. .. .. .. .. (...) Ukraine Citizenship Emigrants Foreigners .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 12740 9694 7470 5679 3847 2733 2513 .. .. .. .. .. .. ..
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Score: 1004355.5 - https://www.un.org/en/developm...l2/data/UN_MigFlow_Totals.xlsx
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If the parents were unable to reach consent on the citizenship of the child, the citizenship of the child shall be determined by a court.” (...) A citizen of the Republic of Kazakhstan cannot be deprived of citizenship, the right to change citizenship, nor can he/she be expelled from Kazakhstan. (...) ANALYSIS OF THE NATIONAL LEGISLATION The Law “On Citizenship of the Republic of Kazakhstan” provides for three cases of termination of citizenship: 1) renunciation of citizenship; 2) loss of citizenship; and 3) deprivation of citizenship.
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Score: 1003882.8 - https://www.unhcr.org/centrala...lation-%E2%80%93-2021_EN-1.pdf
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Aside from the ongoing parliamentary debate on reforming legislation on citizenship, in general, Italian citizenship remains the pre-condition for enjoying the active and passive rights to vote. (...) Citizenship legislation applies to: Italians who have lost their citizenship and wish to reinstate it; descendants of Italian citizens claiming citizenship; and foreigners applying for Italian citizenship. (...) Minors do NOT lose Italian citizenship if one or both parents lose it or acquire foreign citizenship.
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Score: 997003.3 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...tionalityImmigration/Italy.pdf
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GENERAL INFORMATION 34 million people make up the population of Uzbekistan; 93,950 stateless persons over 16 years old are registered and documented with a residence permit in the Republic of Uzbekistan (as of December 31, 2019); 6,318 stateless persons received Uzbek citizenship from 01 January to 31 December 2019. According to the new version of the Law “On Citizenship”, about 50,000 stateless persons will be able to be recognized as citizens of Uzbekistan through a simplified procedure and will be able to obtain Uzbek passports. HOW TO OBTAIN CITIZENSHIP OF UZBEKISTAN? THE PROCEDURE FOR OBTAINING CITIZENSHIP: » NATURAL (by birth) » SIMPLIFIED (for stateless persons who arrived in the country before January 1, 1995) » SPECIAL (by decree of the President of Uzbekistan) » GENERAL Documents required for the simplified procedure: • application; • passport or residence permit (if there is no citizenship); • marriage / divorce certificate; • document confirming stable income; • state fee; • birth certificate of children. (...) Reasons that can entail LOSS OF CITIZENSHIP: 1 Lack of registration with the consular department during seven years (for those who went abroad); 2 Service in the armed forces, security or law enforcement agencies, or government agencies of a foreign state; 3 Acquisition of Uzbek citizenship using forged documents or false information; 4 Harming the interests of society and the state, or committing a crime against peace and security; 5 Obtaining citizenship of another country.
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Score: 996885.2 - https://www.unhcr.org/centrala...p_Infographic_1-ENG-screen.pdf
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Individual issue view | United Nations Skip to main content Toggle navigation Welcome to the United Nations English UN Chronicle Toggle navigation Home About us Search Chronicle Conversations Archives » Article archives Issue archives Contact Coronavirus (COVID-19) Global Citizenship No. 4 Vol. LIV 2017 This issue focuses on global citizenship, which has been defined as the concept that one’s identity transcends, even as it respects, geographical and national borders, and that our social, political, environmental and economic actions occur in an interconnected world. (...) Since youth are at the forefront of the use of technology, they are the best equipped generation and our best asset to lead this task and promote global citizenship around the world. E. David Méndez Págan The Islands in Our Minds: Reaffirming Global Citizenship Education We have arrived at a point when educators need to reflect on their role as global citizenship advocates and facilitators. (...) Scott Carlin and YuKang Choi The Role of Civil Society in Advancing Global Citizenship It is the responsibility of civil society to experiment with models of effective global citizenship, to understand, care and act on behalf of people and the planet through ecological and socially inclusive principles and practices.
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Score: 995976.9 - https://www.un.org/en/issue/374
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Education for Global Citizenship OXFAM https://www.oxfam.org.uk/education/resources/education-for- global-citizenship-a-guide-for-schools This guide is to inspire and inform further thinking, discussion and curriculum development around Global Citizenship issues. (...) Global Citizenship in The Whole School OXFAM Education https://www.oxfam.org.uk/education/resources/global-citizenship-in- the-whole-school Global Citizenship in the whole school audit. (...) is a teachers’ guide on how to facilitate and assess active global citizenship in the classroom. It follows a skills-based approach to active global citizenship.
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Score: 995799.3 - https://en.unesco.org/sites/de...s/selected-resources-sdg17.pdf
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