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Nationality and citizenship laws of the Commonwealth and of the Republic of Ireland

Clive Parry

Nationality and citizenship laws of the Commonwealth and of the Republic of Ireland

by Clive Parry

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Published by Stevens in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

A supplement to vol.1, published in 1957, incorporating changes up to January 1, 1960.

Statementby Clive Parry. vol.2.
The Physical Object
Paginationxxiv,1025-1285p.
Number of Pages1285
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13945471M

  Author of The consolidated treaty series, An index of British treaties, , Nationality and citizenship laws of the Commonwealth and of the Republic of Ireland, Parry and Grant encyclopaedic dictionary of international law, The sources and evidences of international law, Nationality and citizenship laws of the Commonwealth and of the Republic, Index Guide to . Introduction. Australian citizenship was created through the Nationality and Citizenship Act , and came into effect 26 January , soon after the post-war mass migration program was launched (in ). Prior to , Australians could only hold the status of British subjects. The development of Australian citizenship has been intertwined with immigration since Federation.

Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link). Following Canada's enactment of the Canadian Citizenship Act (in force from 1 January ), the Commonwealth Heads of Government agreed that every member state, except Ireland which declined to participate at the Commonwealth Heads of Government meeting, would enact its own citizenship law while retaining the common status of British subject. The British Parliament passed the British Nationality Act , which created the status of citizen of the United Kingdom .

Irish Nationality Law: Citizenship of the European Union, Irish Passport, British Nationality Law and the Republic of Ireland: LLC Books, Books Group: Books - at: Print on Demand (Paperback).   The Nationality and Citizenship Act repealed the British Nationality and Status of Aliens Act insofar as it was law within the Irish Free State, made further provision for citizenship of the Irish Free State (from 29 December Eire or Ireland), and made explicit its character as a nationality beyond the territorial jurisdiction of.


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