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  • Cover Migration and Citizenship
    Migration and Citizenship (boek)

1 Comparative Analyses

R. Baubock • Boek • paperback

  • Samenvatting
    Nationality and citizenship have been subjects of stormy policy debates in many EU countries in recent years. Concerns over the integration of immigrants, but also attempts to forge links with emigrants, have led to changes in the laws regulating loss and acquisition of nationality and citizenship. This title outlines the research conducted by a te
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    Binding : Paperback
    Distributievorm : Boek (print, druk)
    Formaat : 156mm x 234mm
    Aantal pagina's : 499
    Uitgeverij : Niet bekend
    ISBN : 9789053569207
    Datum publicatie : 01-1970
  • Inhoudsopgave
    Table of Contents[-]Tables[-]Preface[-]Introduction[-]1 Nationality and citizenship in Europe: a common concern for all Member States[-]2 Terminology and research design[-]3 Main Trends[-]4 Main recommendations[-]1 Nationality in public international law and european law[-]2 Methodology for comparing acquisition and loss of nationality[-]3 Acquisition of nationality[-]4 Loss of nationality[-]5 Administrative practices in the acquisition of nationality[-]Annex: List of NGOs[-]6 Statistics on acquisition and loss of nationality[-]7 European trends in nationality law[-]8 Rights of expatriates, multiple citizens and restricted citizenship for certain nationals[-]9 The legal integration of potential citizens: Denizens in the EU in the final years before the implementation of the 2003 Directive on long-term resident third country nationals[-]10 The status of quasi-citizenship in EU member states: Why some states have 'almost-citizens'[-]11 Evaluation and recommendations[-]Appendix: glossary[-]List of contributors[-]Bibliography[-]INTRODUCTION - 16[-]Nationality in public international law andeuropean law - 36[-]Methodology for comparing acquisition andloss of nationality1 - 106[-]Acquisition of nationality - 122[-]Loss of nationality1 - 184[-]Administrative practices in the acquisition ofnationality1 - 222[-]Statistics on acquisition and loss of nationality - 270[-]European trends in nationality law - 318[-]Rights of expatriates, multiple citizens andrestricted citizenship for certain nationals - 360[-]The legal integration of potential citizens:Denizens in the EU in the final years before theimplementation of the 2003 Directive on long-termresident third country nationals1 - 386[-]The status of quasi-citizenship in EU memberstates: Why some states have 'almost-citizens'1 - 412[-]Evaluation and recommendations - 432[-]Table of Contents - 506[-]Tables - 510[-]Preface - 512[-]1 Austria - 520[-]2 Belgium - 564[-]3 Denmark - 606[-]4 Finland - 650[-]5 France - 688[-]6 Germany - 714[-]7 Greece - 754[-]8 Ireland - 790[-]9 Italy - 830[-]10 Luxembourg - 868[-]11 Netherlands - 892[-]12 Portugal - 936[-]13 Spain - 978[-]14 Sweden - 1018[-]15 United Kingdom - 1052[-]List of contributors - 1088[-][-]
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