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.
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.
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.