By A. Kondo
This e-book is a comparative research of residential, social, financial, and political rights for extraterrestrial beings. The booklet analyzes the strategies of nationality and citizenship. a few foreigners are more and more capable of get pleasure from conventional citizenship rights although residential and/or nearby citizenship. there is not any past study for Japan as well as the united kingdom, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Sweden, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, and the US. additionally, it's fruitful to build the bridge between numerous disciplines corresponding to jurisprudence, political technological know-how, and sociology.
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Nationality and citizenship Acquisition and loss of nationality The nationality of the Netherlands is regulated by the Kingdom Act of 19 December 1984, which entered into force on 1 January 1985. This act The Netherlands 35 replaced the Nationality Act of 12 December 1892. A total revision of the nationality law of the Netherlands was necessary in order to realise equal treatment of men and women in this field of law and to enable the Netherlands to ratify three international treaties: the New York Convention on the reduction of statelessness of 30 August 1961, the Strasbourg Convention on reduction of cases of multiple nationality and military obligations in cases of multiple nationality of 6 May 1963, and the Bern Agreement on the reduction of the number of cases of statelessness of 13 September 1973.
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