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  • Introduction. II. Background on Citizenship and Nationality: An Introduction to Dual Citizenship Laws. A. Obtaining Citizenship. B. Loss of Citizenship. C. Defining Dual Citizenship. III. Dual Citizenship in and Around the World. A. World Trends in Dual Citizenship Laws. B. Dual Citizenship and International Law. C. The Dual Citizenship Debate. 1. Reasons for Opposition to Dual Citizenship Laws. 2. Reasons in Support of Dual Citizenship Laws. IV. An Analysis of the Citizenship Laws of Ukraine. A. Citizenship Law of Ukraine. 1. Obtaining Citizenship by Birth. 2. Obtaining Citizenship by Territorial Origin. 3. Loss of Citizenship. B. Citizenship Law of Ukraine in an International Context. V. An Analysis of the Citizenship Laws of Russia. A. Russian Citizenship Law. B. The Russian Feder...

    ... 17 Therefore, citizenship is transmitted through parental bloodlines. Countries that utilize jus ... dual citizenship shared by many of its European and trans-Atlantic neighbors: "It is accurate to ..., or at least one of whose parents or grandparents was born in Ukraine." 131 The 2001 Ukrainian ...

  • ... do something on it before the bill gets through the Senate or is it that it can't even be handled ... would be applied for the path to earn citizenship. That's the date that (inaudible) people, in ... around the globe aspired to, to go to a European-type system, which has clearly not worked over ... I'm with my -- was with my Italian grandparents or my Irish grandparents. But don't light it, ...

  • When Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania were released from the Polish Commonwealth into the hands of the Russian Empire in the 18th century, their national traditions and languages were pushed into the background.2 Russian became the language of public participation and Russian culture became the culture of the elite.3 The Bolshevik Revolution, with its calls for racial and gender equality and condemnations of colonialism, must have seemed like a blessing to the Baltic peoples, and in 1918 the three Baltic nations declared their independence from the fledgling USSR.4 For the first time in modern history, the Baltics were independent and had the freedom to bring their traditions out from the hearth and into the statehouse. In addition to subjugating native languages, Stalin attempted to hom...

    ... well as persons of other ethnicities throughout the Soviet Union.12 In the process, the Baltic ... on the energy with which parents and grandparents passed the traditional tongues to their children. ... in deciding who should receive citizenship rights in the new state.19 On the other hand, ... Baltic states were likely to join the European Union, the nations became an even more attractive ...

  • Laws and practices instated by British officers persisted in the postcolonial Iraqi state following the fall of the monarchy in 1958.9 In unraveling the constitutional monarchy's discourse, this article argues that the production of ethnic and religious identities is a modern phenomenon inextricable from the Ottoman legacy, the British colonial enterprise in Iraq, and the interests of the Iraqi ruling elites.10 The ethnic and religious affiliations of the inhabitants of Ottoman Iraq emerged as legal markers under the nation-state that defned the possibility of the political, from citizenship claims to access to rights. [...]nationality emerged as an "ascriptive legal category.

    ... an instrument of internal diferentiation, through which ruling elites facilitated political ...Following the growing threats from European countries and Muhammad 'Ali in Egypt, the ...An Arab woman of Arab parents and grandparents will be considered an Iraqi for this purpose.107. ...

  • ... agreed that the law of England as to citizenship by birth was the law of the English colonies in ..., of such person or persons, by, from, through or under whom' title should be made or derived, ... transition from a colony dependent on an European king to a free and sovereign . [Page 169 U.S. ..... The parents, grandparents, brothers, and grand- . children of such ...

  • Introduction II. The Developmental Tradition In Constitutional Law A. The Foundational Cases: Meyer, Pierce, Barnette, Prince, Brown, And The Emerging Constitutional Interest In The Political Socialization Of Children B. Defending Footnote Eleven C. III. Developmental Perspectives On Citizenship A. Internalization Of The Caregiving Relationship B. Good-Enough Caregiving C. Caregiving And Societal Regression IV. Constitutional Family Law In The Developmental Tradition A. General Principles B. Rights In The Caregiving Relationship C. Political Socialization And The Safeguards Of Federalism V. Conclusion

    ... required children to attend public school through the eighth grade. Relying on Meyer , the Court ... Washington statute that allowed the grandparents to seek visitation over the objection of the ...: SOCIAL DEMOCRACY AND PROGRESSIVISM IN EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN THOUGHT 1870-1920, at 377 (1988); ...

  • ... to establish a reasonable pathway to citizenship, continue the progress that we're making on the ... to remain this world's largest economy through the 21st century, the economic objective of any ... than everybody else, and then the Europeans said, "hey, we could do that, too." And their ..., whether it's my Slovenian grandparents, great- grandparents coming over to work in the ...

  • Introduction - II. A forgotten history and opposition to the CRC - III. A call to reinstate the white house conferences - IV. The White House children‘s conferences - V. The CRC - VI. The right to life and survival, the right to guidance and protection, and the right to respect and to be heard - VII. The right to life and survival - A. The Right to Health - 1. Mental Health - 2. Social Security and an Adequate Standard of Living in the CRC - 3. Social Security and an Adequate Standard of Living in the White House Conferences - B. The Right to Education - 1. Education in the White House Conferences - 2. The Mental Health of the Child in a Social Context - 3. Precursor to Brown v. Board of Education - 4. After Brown v. Board of Education - 5. Education in the White House Conferences an...

  • .... Through it all, Latinos forged ahead steadily, and ...born parents, but his grandparents hailed from Atlautla, Mexico. His interest in ... Globe, Palm D'Or, Goyas, Spirit, Plata, European Film, and numerous other awards. Penelope Cruz ...In Chicago, he has held citizenship workshops offering comprehensive assistance to ...

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