Each country has its own policies, regulations and criteria as to who is entitled to its citizenship. A person can be recognized or granted citizenship on a number of bases.
●Citizenship by birth (jus sanguinis). If one or both of a person's parents are citizens of a given state, then the person may have the right to be a citizen of that state as well. Citizenship is can also be granted based on ancestry or ethnicity.
●Born within a country (jus soli). Some people are automatically citizens of the state in which they are born irrespective of parent's nationality e.g US, Canada .
●Citizenship by marriage (jus matrimonii). Many countries fast-track naturalization based on the marriage of a person to a citizen. Countries which do this have measures in place do detect sham marriages.
●Naturalization. States normally grant citizenship to people who have entered the country legally to work or study and lived there for a specified period. Migrants have to demonstrate good knowledge of the country, language and character. .
●Citizenship by investment or Economic Citizenship. Wealthy people invest money in property or businesses, buy government bonds or simply donate cash directly, in exchange for citizenship and a passport. This is becoming increasingly popular.
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