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"Citizenship": what to write in this column?

In connection with the definition of citizenship,some questions arise. And when you fill out the documents in the "citizenship" column, what you write about is not always clear. After all, people sometimes do not have it at all. There are several examples of such difficulties.

citizenship what to write

What to write in the line "citizenship" for a two-year-old child?

Citizenship is given to a person from birth.If a person was born in Russia, Uzbekistan and elsewhere - he automatically becomes a citizen of the country in which he was born. And to change this and become a citizen of another country, he will now be able to do so only at his own request by submitting appropriate documents to certain bodies. So, in case of a question: "In the column" citizenship "what to write to a small child?" - know that he is a citizen of the country in which he was born. And enter it in the appropriate line.

in the graph of citizenship what to write

Is dual citizenship possible?

Yes.If you, for example, are a citizen of the Republic of Belarus, but at the same time want to obtain Russian citizenship, this is quite feasible. In the "citizenship" column, write in this case when filling out the documents, it is better to find out from the responsible persons. And how do I fill out the documents when I get a passport?

Count "citizenship": what should I write when I receive an OZP?

OZP is a general foreign passport.When you apply for it, as reported by the people passing through this procedure, you can indicate, if this is the case, that you have more than one citizenship (column six). When filling out such a statement in electronic form, some problems may arise, because of what it simply will not go. In this case, leave the boxes empty and fill them out by hand in the printed form.

that writing on the line citizenship
In the case of obtaining a second citizenship, judging bydiscussions on forums, there is a fear of losing existing (many states have similar rules - just read local legislation). So, if the fear of loss still exists, then to calm the embassy of the Russian Federation they say that they will not inform the authorities about your other citizenship. And in general, on the legal grounds of citizenship, you can only be deprived in some cases. For example, at your own request or in case you entered the service in the police, military service or security agencies, etc. in another state. The president of the country can also deprive you of his citizenship, but in the event that it becomes known that when you obtained the original citizenship you were given knowingly false information and information about you, or you presented false documents. If you take as an example a child, then he can lose his citizenship with the consent and at the request of his parents or a single parent, and at the age of fourteen to eighteen years of the child can only be stripped of his citizenship with his consent. As for the remaining conditions, there are still a number of documents that can affect the deprivation of citizenship. So again you need to carefully read the legislation of each country you are interested in.

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