Citizenship in Anteria
The concept of citizenship varies depending on the nation, and so does the privileges and requisites of this. In the next table, each nation's policy regarding citizenship is shorted out:
Citizenship is given to all the individuals residing within the given nation
Citizenship is given to individuals born within the given nation and/or with national parents. Individuals who have resided within the given nation for a fixed set of time and/or have passed a citizenship exam may also obtain the citizenship
Citizenship is only given to individuals born within the given nation and/or with national parents
|Austilos||1999||Anyone with proof of residence in Austilos is granted citizenship.|
|Aziallis||1976 (Last revised 2016)||Individuals born in Aziallis (within the sovereign borders of Aziallis, including the Overseas Regions) automatically gain Azillian citizenship. Immigrants willing to become Aziallis Citizens can easily do so. Aziallis grants Permanent residency to Non-DU citizens after 18 months of continuous inhabitation and citizenship after 4 years of continuous inhabitation while the figures for DU citizens are 6 months and two years and for Special Schedule Nations are 12 months and 3 years. For non-continuous inhabitation, citizenship is granted after spending 7 years in Aziallis within 12 years of non-continuous inhabitation. Individuals investing more than 7.5 million Quasa in Aziallis within a year (in any of the yearly revised industries or scheduled properties) are given Dual Azillian Citizenship. The Government, the Parliament, and the Union Monarchy are allowed to grant Honorary Citizenship of Aziallis to individuals having done excellent work in their respective fields. Such citizenships are also granted along with the Medallion e Aazilaan to foreign scientists along with a huge grant to attract them to pursue their work in Aziallis. Asylum seekers are also given Citizenship within six months of application. Illegal Migrants are given a period of 1 year to declare themselves and an additional year of assessment after which they are granted citizenship.
|Encessia||1994||The new constitution of Encessia after the establishment of the Auteker included a clause that defined the circumstances of citizenship. This extends to those born in in an Encessian province or territory or with Encessian parents. Immigrants can achieve citizenship in Encessia through a immigration program after passing a series of tests, checks, and documentation. New migrants receive a residential pass that they must maintain for three years before getting a full-fledged residency and citizenship.|
(revised in 2021)
|Aside from a limited number of cases, almost all persons born within the territory of Freice are automatically citizens at both, regardless of the citizenship status of their parents. Foreign nationals may naturalise after living in Freice for at least four years, with a minimum of three years of permanent residency. In 2021, a revision was made that made proficiency in the Freician language a requirement for naturalisation.|
|Gabrielland||1927||Gabrielt citizenship is not automatically given to any individual born within the borders. One must have at least one parent who is a citizen (if born within the borders of the nation). If an individual is born outside the borders of Gabrielland, both parents must be citizens. Citizenship tests are available for Permanent Residents after living 15 years continuously or 20 years noncontinuous.|
|Ganji Islands||1970||People born in Ganji Islands get a citizenship automatically. Immigrants, emigrants and refugees can apply for citizenship after they've lived in Ganji Islands for atleast 36 months.|
(Last revised 1984)
|According to the Gassasinian Constitution, all individuals born to at least one permanent resident parent, along stateless and orphaned children, are subject to Gassasinian citizenship. When a parent naturalises or registers are a Gassasinian citizen, that citizenship is passed on down to their children.
For individuals diagnosed with certain disabilities which reasonably affect one's ability to function socially, the needed amount of references is reduced to two. The cost of starting the naturalisation process is $7,500.
|Halsuntria||1999||In order to apply for citizenship, you must've lived in Halsuntria for 2 years with a FIRST-CARD. You must conduct an interview where you recite the Halsuntrian Pledge in an interview where you can be deported if you have more than 5 crimes on your record (including speeding and littering etc.) Then, you get your SECOND-CARD which you posses until you complete the 20 hours of community service, demonstrate fluency in Tenur or English, live in Halsuntria for an addition 6 months without commiting a serious offence & recite the Parish Alliance. Then, when your six months are done, you get a THIRD-CARD until your citizenship files get processed and don't any crime which usually takes 5 weeks. Finally, when your files get processed, you get brought to your Borough Citizenship Center where you or a group of people recite the Borough Oath. The entire process takes about 3 years assuming you already know either English or Tenur.|
|Hatstheput||1896||Individuals born within Hatstheput's borders or with national parents will be automatically given the citizenship. Immigrants who have lived inside Hatstheput for more than 10 years may carry out a citizenship test in order to earn their citizenship.|
|Hoterallia||1910||According to the Constitution of Hoterallia, Chapter II:
|Kistolia||1954 (Since Establishment)||Anyone with residence is granted citizenship in Kistolia.|
|Layfet||1724||Birthright citizenship is a right given in the Layfetian Constitution, either through birth on sovereign territory of Layfet or birth by Layfetian citizens. Additionally people adopted by Layfetian citizens, refugees, or asylum seekers get automatic citizenship upon arrival. Immigrants can apply for citizenship after having residency for 12 months.|
|Ludviska||2005||Anyone who resides in Ludviska and has been working legally and paying taxes for a minimum of five years in the country has the right to citizenship.|
|Lyonheimer||1975||Lyonheimerish citizenship is given to anybody born in the country, even if they have only visited once. It is also offered to those with first-generation Lyonheimermen parents. If you live in the nation for 3 years you are also offered citizenship.|
|Maricoen||2002||Citizenship is granted upon birth to those who have two parents with Maricoenian citizenship, or who reside in Maricoen and have at least one Maricoenian parent, or were born in Maricoen to legal/documented immigrants. Immigrants can recieve citizenship if they have been legally working in Maricoen for at least twelve years (nine years for Thrismari Union immigrants) on a consistent basis and they pass a citizenship test.|
|Paslin||1905||Citizenship for Paslin has been set since it's creation, and the rules are still followed today. Paslinian citizenship is automatically given to those born in Paslin, those with Paslin parents or adopted by Paslin parents, single or not.
Those wishing to immigrate will have to come to the immigration center to see if they meet requirements for citizenship, some of those requirements being if they have lived in Paslin for a certain number of years, if they have been involved in extreme crimes, etc. If not, they will be allowed to live in Paslin for a certain number of years, and if they manage to do so without being caught for doing any crimes that are considered dangerous and extreme by law, they will be accepted as a citizen.
|Pelostan||1969||Anyone with pernament residence in Pelostan is considered a Pelostani citizen, and has full rights of one. Before the year of 1969 you had to have pernament residence within Pelostan for 3 years, before you could apply for citizenship. Pelostan no loger takes application, instead, it rather automatically considers every person who has pernament residence within Pelostan.|
|Prybourne||1892||See Citizenship of Prybourne|
|Qazhshava||1918||Citizenship of Qazhshava is earned if you have passed the citizenship test or if you serve the armed forces for 3 years, if born in Qazhshava Citizenship is granted for free|
|Sacrofnia||1994||Citizenship of Sacrofnia is earned if you have passed the citizenship test or if you join the army for 10 years those born in Sacrofnia do not need to have a test to have their citizenship|
|Taunux||1952||Individuals born to one or two taunuxian parents are given citizenship at birth. Residents and immigrants may apply for citizenship if they pass the criteria:
|Tiskaiya||1962 (Last revised 2018)||Individuals with one Tiskai parent can apply for citizenship. In 1980 Tiskaiya implemented the "Citizenship by Blood" law, in which if an individual can prove to the immigration office that they have at least 40% Tiskai blood, they can become citizens.|
|Tsokeiku||(Last revised 2016.)||Individuals whose parent is Tsokeikanese is automatically granted Tsokeikan citizenship.|
|Viha||1998||Anyone who lives in Viha is a citizen of Viha.|
|Yryel||Since establishment (last revised in 1990)||Citizenship is granted upon birth to those who were born in Yryel or have at least one parent who is of Yryel citizenship. Immigrants must have lived in Yryel for at least four full years before they can apply for citizenship (two years for those that immigrate from countries in the Dokodo Union). After four years immigrants can apply for citizenship in which they will take a test about there understanding of yryeli life. After passing this test a further two and a half full years is needed before immigrants can apply for any government office or join the military|