Becoming a Spanish citizen currently requires giving up your nationality and passport unless you are from a nation recognized as a former colony of Spain. (Although if, for example, you are British, the UK authorities allow dual nationality so will still consider you a British subject). If you are considering Spanish citizenship, here's how to do it. Nationality via residence This form of requiring nationality requires the person concerned to have been a legal resident of Spain for an uninterrupted period of ten years immediately prior to the application. An application for Spanish citizenship must be made to the Ministry of Justice, who can refuse it on grounds of public order or national interest. To apply for Spanish nationality you require your birth certificate, marriage certificate (if applicable), a certificate of good conduct from the police in your country of origin, all of which must be officially translated into Spanish. READ ALSO Becoming Spanish: … [Read more...] about Everything you need to know about getting Spanish citizenship
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News / UK by Press Association 21/01/2019, 7:49 am Updated: 21/01/2019, 8:17 am FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail Send us a story Sign up to our Daily newsletter The majority of the 3.5 million EU citizens living in the UK will have to apply to the Government’s settled status scheme if they wish to remain in the UK after June 2021. Who has to apply? EU citizens – excluding those from the Republic of Ireland – who plan to stay in the UK long-term will have to apply for settled status, guidance published on the Home Office website states. Irish citizens’ rights are guaranteed under the Common Travel Area established in 1923 to ensure open borders between the UK and Ireland. EU nationals that have previously been granted indefinite leave to enter the UK or indefinite leave to remain in the UK are also exempt from the scheme. But EU citizens who only have a permanent residence document will still need to apply for settled status. Non-EU nationals … [Read more...] about Who has to apply for settled status and how will the scheme work?
Theresa May warns Jeremy Corbyn that it's 'impossible' to rule out no-deal Jeremy Corbyn refuses to meet PM unless no-deal ruled out Tony Blair: 'Of course' Corbyn should meet the PM Corbyn labels offer of talks 'phoney' and a 'stunt' Andrea Leadsom: Votes on Brexit Plan B on January 29 Philip Hammond tells business chiefs MPs will block no-deal 'Rogue' Chancellor facing Cabinet backlash over comments Nick Timothy: May's Brexit deal is dead, but so too is no-deal Sign up: Brexit Whatsapp updates and all-new Brexit Bulletin Theresa May has warned Jeremy Corbyn that it is "impossible" for her to satisfy his demand that she rules out a no deal Brexit before they can meet to discuss how to shape a Brexit deal that can pass the House of Commons. The Prime Minister delivered this message in a letter, replying to one he sent earlier today informing her that Labour is "open to meaningful discussions" provided she chose to "rule out" leaving the European … [Read more...] about Brexit latest news: Theresa May warns Jeremy Corbyn it is ‘impossible’ to rule out no deal
Next week's midterm election will mark two years since Donald Trump was elected President, and its results will be a barometer of how the people of the US think he is faring. In recent weeks birthright citizenship, the migrant caravan and the mail bomber have overshadowed debates and may spell trouble for the Republican party. The midterm elections, which involve a combination of elections for the US Congress, governorships and local races, take place every two years. Republicans currently control the House of Representatives and the Senate – the two chambers which make up the US Congress. But pundits are suggesting the Democrats might take control. With all 435 seats in the House of Representatives and 35 out of the Senate’s 100 seats up for election, as well as 36 state governors, there are a lot of races to keep an eye on. And with Trump's approval rating hovering around a low 40 per cent, a lot could change. Here is our guide on the seats to … [Read more...] about US midterm results: When will we know who has won the election?
Sputnik: Do you think Trump's executive action will be enough to amend the US constitution? What exactly does this procedure entail? Could newly appointed judge Kavanaugh decide the fate of this initiative? Mike Tokes: Any executive order shifting the way federal agencies handle these cases will not be an amendment to the constitution. In fact, this specific case has never gone before the Supreme Court. Most notably there was a case many mention reinforcing this false notion under "United States v. Wong Kim Ark. Democrats have arbitrarily amended the constitution through executive action to fit their anti-American political agenda and the Trump administration will be challenging that. READ MORE: Trump's Citizenship Attacks Seek to Generate Political Capital for Election Sputnik: Has the migration issue become the most important talking point for the Republican Party during the midterm campaign? Can we expect similar news ahead … [Read more...] about US Birthright Citizenship: Hostile States Can Abuse Weak Immigration Laws