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Birthright Citizenship

Article in national law

Procedure

Age limit

AUT

BEL

9

Automatic*

18

BUL

15(2)

Naturalisation

18

CRO

4(2)

Automatic

18

CYP

114(2)

Naturalisation

18

CZE

3(a)

Registration

16

11(1)(d)

Naturalisation

16>

DEN

2A

Automatic

12

6

Naturalisation

12>

EST

5(2-1), 5(2-2)

Automatic

18

FIN

10

Automatic

12

27

Declaration

12>

FRA

20

Automatic**

18

GER

6

Automatic

18

GRE

3

Automatic

?

HUN

4(2)(c)

Naturalisation

18

ICE

2(a)

Automatic

12

IRE

11

Automatic

18

ITA

3(1)

Automatic

18

9(1)

Naturalisation

18>

LAT

3(2)(4)

Registration***

15

15(3), 16

Naturalisation****

18

LIT

LUX

2(1)

Automatic

18

MAL

17

Automatic

18

MOL

13, 14

Automatic

18

NET

5, 5a, 5b

Automatic

18

8(2)

Naturalisation

18>

NOR

5

Automatic

18

POL

POR

5

Automatic

18

29

Declaration

18>

ROM

6

Automatic****

18

SLK

6

Automatic

18

SLN

7,8

Automatic

18

SPA

19(1)

Automatic

18

19(2), 23

Declaration

18>

SWE

3

Automatic

12

SWI

7

Automatic

18

TUR

17

Naturalisation

18

UK

1(5), 1(5A)

Automatic

18

because of rules of private international law. In some countries, a special reference is made to the Hague Adoption Convention of 29 May 1993 (See NET 5a, SWE 3(2) and UK 1(5) and (5A); cf. ICE 2a and FIN 10).

Table 3. Adoption (A10)

  • *

    If adoptive parent is born abroad and the child is born abroad: by declaration

** In case of simple adoption: by declaration (FRA 21-12) *** If adoptive parent is non-citizen or stateless person and resident in Latvia at least 5 years **** If one parent is a citizen and the other a foreigner: by mutual consent of both parents

RSCAS/EUDO-CIT-Comp. 2010/8 - © 2010 Authors

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