Ius soli citizenship
EUDO Citizenship, [GLOBALCIT], Policy Briefs, 2011/01
HONOHAN, Iseult, Ius soli citizenship, EUDO Citizenship, [GLOBALCIT], Policy Briefs, 2011/01 - http://hdl.handle.net/1814/51624
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In awarding citizenship to those born in the country, ius soli is an important way in which people gain citizenship; it incorporates the children of immigrants as members at birth or thereafter. Ius soli prevents persons born and raised in a state from remaining foreign nationals with limited rights to residence and political participation.
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Series/Number: EUDO Citizenship; [GLOBALCIT]; Policy Briefs; 2011/01
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Research for the EUDO Citizenship Observatory Policy Briefs has been jointly supported by the European Commission grant agreement JLS/2007/IP/CA/009 EUCITAC and by the British Academy Research Project CITMODES (both projects co-directed by the EUI and the University of Edinburgh).
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