- More applicants failing Australia's citizenship test
Published on: 16/11/2015
- Fifth Circuit court rulings block Deferred Action Programs for undocumented migrants and raise questions about birthright citizenship in the U.S.
Published on: 14/11/2015
- African investor citizenship programmes used to avoid extradition
Published on: 12/11/2015
- Individual Investor Programme does not require physical presence to meet the one year ‘effective residence’ condition for obtaining a Maltese passport
Published on: 30/10/2015
- EEA nationals now need EEA Permanent Residence before applying for British citizenship
Published on: 26/10/2015
- Italian Camera approves of a draft law facilitating citizenship acquisition by children of long-term resident third country nationals
Published on: 22/10/2015
- On Irelands disenfranchised expat voters, read the article by Naomi Powell in the Wall Street Journal
Published on: 16/10/2015
- UK High Court rules on the hurdles faced by a British citizen by descent trying to secure a UK passport
Published on: 15/10/2015
- Greece: New bill reintroducing citizenship by declaration for children born or raised in Greece enters into force
Published on: 01/10/2015
- Naturalization fosters the long-term political integration of immigrants
Published on: 29/09/2015
Publications on Citizenship
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Democracy is government accountable to citizens. But how do states determine who their citizens are? EUDO CITIZENSHIP allows you to answer this and many other questions on citizenship in the EU member states and neighbouring countries.
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