Legislations similar to or like Canadian nationality law

Regulated by the Citizenship Act (R.S.C., 1985, c. C-29) since 1977. Wikipedia

  • History of Canadian nationality law

    Since 1977, Canadian nationality (French: Nationalité canadienne) has been regulated by the Citizenship Act ( R.S.C., 1985, c. C-29). Canada established its own nationality law in 1946 with the enactment of the Canadian Citizenship Act 1946, which took effect on 1 January 1947. Wikipedia

  • Israeli citizenship law

    Israeli citizenship law (חוק האזרחות הישראלית) regulates who are and can become citizens of Israel. The law rests on two statutes: the Law of Return enacted in 1950, allowing every Jew to immigrate to Israel, and the Citizenship Act of 1952, which defines how Israeli nationality could be acquired and lost. Wikipedia

  • Birthright citizenship in the United States

    United States citizenship acquired by a person automatically, by operation of law. This takes place in two situations: by virtue of the person's birth within United States territory or because one or both of their parents is (or was) a US citizen. Wikipedia

  • Multiple citizenship

    Legal status in which a person is concurrently regarded as a national or citizen of more than one country under the laws of those countries. Focused on the internal political life of the country and nationality is a matter of international dealings. Wikipedia

  • Japanese nationality law

    Legal designation and set of rights granted to those people who have met the criteria for citizenship by parentage or by naturalisation. In the jurisdiction of the Minister of Justice and is generally governed by the Nationality Law of 1950. Wikipedia

  • Naturalization

    Legal act or process by which a non-citizen of a country may acquire citizenship or nationality of that country. Application or a motion and approval by legal authorities. Wikipedia


    Sentences forCanadian nationality law

    • King's government introduced the Canadian Citizenship Act in 1946, which officially created the notion of "Canadian citizens".William Lyon Mackenzie King-Wikipedia
    • In 1922 she applied for Canadian "permission to land" (a prerequisite to status as a "British Subject with Canadian Domicile") and rented a house in Toronto, where she moved with her four adopted children.Emmeline Pankhurst-Wikipedia
    • Canada's nationality law closely mirrored that of the United Kingdom.Canadians-Wikipedia
    • Eligible Canadian nationals (usually from U Sports football domestically or American college football) are drafted by teams in the annual CFL Draft.Canadian Football League-Wikipedia
    • Young has lived in California since the 1960s but retains Canadian citizenship.Neil Young-Wikipedia
    • Cruz has said that when he was a child, his mother told him that she would have to make an affirmative act to claim Canadian citizenship for him, so his family assumed that he did not hold Canadian citizenship.Ted Cruz-Wikipedia

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