By Rainer Bauböck, Eva Ersbøll, Kees Groenendijk, Harald Waldrauch
Acquisition and lack of Nationality brings jointly a group of thirty researchers for an in-depth research of nationality legislation in all fifteen pre-2004 member states of the eu Union. quantity One provides distinct comparisons of the citizenship legislation of all fifteen international locations, whereas quantity comprises person reports of every country's legislation. jointly, the books are the main accomplished on hand source at the query of eu nationality.
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1 (2) of the Convention on the Reduction of Statelessness 1961. The aim of the legislator was to make 34 DILEK ÇINAR AND HARALD WALDRAUCH use of permissible restrictions to the greatest extent possible (Thienel 1990: 242). Similarly, with respect to art. 6 (par. ) Former nationals: Reacquisition of Austrian nationality by legal entitlement is possible for different groups of former nationals (§ 12 (2) and (3)). First, persons who have been Austrian nationals for at least ten years and who have not lost Austrian nationality by withdrawal or renunciation have a right to reacquire Austrian nationality after one year of residence in Austria (§ 12 (2)).
Until the reform of 1998, the Nationality Law did not stipulate the special reasons. In practice, authorities could take into account an applicant’s status as a (1) recognised refugee or (2) a stateless person as well as (3) birth in Austria, (4) ‘complete’ linguistic and cultural assimilation or (5) employment in a ‘shortage occupation’. In 1989, the following special reasons were added to the list by the Viennese authorities: (6) the applicant has a close family member who is an Austrian national, (7) the applicant has a satisfactory record of employment of four years and (8) the applicant lives with his or her spouse in Vienna where the children attend school (C ¸ inar 1999: 147).
As the reasons for facilitated naturalisation enumerated by the law are not exhaustive, authorities may apply additional criteria in practice. With the reform of 1998, birth in Austria has, for the first time, been specified by law as a reason for facilitated naturalisation. However, birth in Austria still does not constitute a legal entitlement to the 32 DILEK ÇINAR AND HARALD WALDRAUCH acquisition of Austrian nationality, and in practice the overwhelming majority of minors acquire Austrian nationality together with their parents rather than because of birth in Austria (Waldrauch & C ¸ inar 2003: 274).
Acquisition and Loss of Nationality, Volume 2: Policies and Trends in 15 European Countries: Country Analyses (Amsterdam University Press - IMISCOE Research) by Rainer Bauböck, Eva Ersbøll, Kees Groenendijk, Harald Waldrauch