David Horne, _the_ chancellor (*) wrote:
Go Fig <gofig@xxxxxxx> wrote:
In article <1ies914.1f7w0qp85z713N%d4g4h4@xxxxxxxxxxx>, David Horne,
_the_ chancellor (*) <d4g4h4@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
EvelynVogtGamble(Divamanque) <evgmsop@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:Some EU countries have legacy citizenship programs... Ireland is very
Where would you have retired to? You can't just live in most European
Following up to Carole Allen Much as I miss the ambiance, I'm certainly glad I did NOT retire to
I'm not new, not gone, just mainly lurking. I try to answer when Ithat must be a factor.
can, but no questions here this yr, because 2008 vacation is in the
US. We'll see what 2009 brings. Blame the dollar/euro values.
Europe, as I had halfway hoped to do! (My limited income is all in U.S.
countries any more than someone from Europe can just go and live in the
US. I've read of some options for people from the UK retiring to the US,
and it usually involves some kind of investment, or show of wealth.
easy with this ;-)
I know, but not all are that easy.
Germany also offers this for descendants of citizens who were forced to
leave due to the Nazi's.
That I didn't know. I expect they're rushing back.
I notice in the UK citizenship test "guide" (prospective citizens now
have to pass this test that most citizens would fail) it notes that
"unhappily" not all Jews were able to escape the Holocaust. It makes no
mention whatsoever of those that the UK refused entry to...
Unfortunately, the UK was not alone in that! (Anti-Semitism, along with
racial and gender prejudice, is still alive and well, nearly everywhere
- hopefully NOT in such extreme forms, but still there.)
- Re: OT - Immigration Question
... In the U.S. we have "natural born citizens". ... This is taken by many people to be the rule in other countries. ... Some countries only allow citizenship to passed down through the ... UK, Canada, New Zealand, Australia have allowed dual citizenship ...
- Re: Government "of/by/for" the People? I ask you !!
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- Re: Finally A Decent Proposal HR4437
... The only real solution to this problem is to figure out a way to create an environment in those countries they come from, not to want to leave their country.... ... Make citizenship a requirement for enrollment in any public school or for receipt of medical assistance from any public medical entity, as well as making citizenship a requirement for the purchase of medical insurance, or providing same through any employment relationship. ... Most resident aliens want to become citizens, ... I have no intention of excluding legal residents. ...
- Re: The incentive of Dual Citizenship,,,
... dung moo) residency dual citizenship issue have been raised with GOL. ... formality in a certain countries to loosely control citizenry between ... to support their relatives back home to revitalize the local economy ...
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... vary quite considerably around the world, with some countries (eg. ... Canada and UK) giving automatic citizenship by birth, ... citizenship depending on status of parents. ...