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The citizenship law of the USSR

Author: George Ginsburgs
Publisher: The Hague ; Boston : M. Nijhoff Publishers, Hingham, MA : Distributors for the U.S. and Canada, Kluwer Boston 1983.
Series: Law in Eastern Europe, no. 25.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Ginsburgs, George.
Citizenship law of the USSR
(DLC) 83022040
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: George Ginsburgs
ISBN: 9789401511841 9401511845
OCLC Number: 883391542
Description: 1 online resource (xii, 394 pages).
Contents: I. Introduction.- 1. Constitutional Basis.- 2. Historical Background.- Notes.- II. Sources. Federal Citizenship and Republican Citizenship.- 1. Sources.- 2. Federal Citizenship and Republican Citizenship.- Notes.- III. Legislative Basis. Recognition. Marriage. Residence abroad. Extradition.- 1. Legislative Basis.- 2. Recognition.- 3. Citizenship and Marriage.- 4. Residence Abroad.- 5. Extradition.- Notes.- IV. Dual Nationality.- I. General Principles.- II. Conflicts-in-Law Portfolio.- 1. At Birth A. Jus Sanguinis.- B. Jus Soli Versus Jus Sanguinis.- C. Agreement of the Parents Versus Jus Sanguinis and Jus Soli.- 2. Naturalization A. Primary Naturalization.- B. Derivative Naturalization.- 3. Marriage.- 4. Minors A. Adoption.- B. Legitimation and Quasi-Legitimation.- Notes.- V. Dual Nationality and Soviet Diplomatic and Treaty Practice.- Notes.- VI. Statelessness as a Consequence of the Conflict of Nationality Laws (Part I).- I. Conflicts-in-Law Varietals of Statelessness.- 1. Failure to Acquire Nationality at Birth.- A. Jus Soli Versus Jus Sanguinis.- B. Child of Stateless Parents.- C. Foundlings.- D. Illegitimate Children.- a. Paternity.- b. Legitimation.- 2. Stateless Minors.- A. Change of Nationality of Parents.- B. Adoption.- Notes.- VII. Statelessness as a Consequence of the Conflict of Nationality Laws (Part II).- Statelessness as a Result of Marriage.- A. At the Time of Marriage.- B. During and at the Dissolution of Marriage.- II. Legislative and Diplomatic Practice.- Notes.- VIII. Acquisition of Ussr Citizenship.- 1. Grounds for Acquiring USSR Citizenship.- 2. Acquisition of USSR Citizenship by Birth.- 3. Acquisition of USSR Citizenship by Children of Stateless Persons.- 4. Foundlings.- 5. Admission to the Citizenship of the USSR.- Notes.- IX. Loss and Restoration of Soviet Citizenship.- 1. Grounds for Losing USSR Citizenship.- 2. Exit from Soviet Citizenship.- 3. Deprivation of USSR Citizenship.- 4. Restoration of USSR Citizenship.- Notes.- X. Status of Minors.- 1. When Both Parents Change Citizenship.- 2. When One Parent Acquires USSR Citizenship.- 3. When One Parent Leaves USSR Citizenship.- 4. Adoption and Acquisition of USSR Citizenship.- 5. Adoption of Soviet Children by Foreign Citizens.- Notes.- XI. Procedural Format.- 1. Background.- 2. Current Legislation.- A. Certification of Soviet Citizenship.- B. Admission, Renunciation, Restoration and Deprivation.- Notes.- XII. Emigration and Immigration.- A. The Chinese Case.- B. The Korean Question.- C. The Jewish Problem.- a. Restrictions on Emigration.- b. Possibility of Appeal.- c. Nationality Criterion.- d. Family Reunion Principle.- e. Character Reference and Family Permission.- f. Reimbursement for Higher Education.- g. Renunciation of Citizenship.- h. Returning to the USSR.- i. Detente and Emigration.- j. Helsinki and After.- Notes.- XIII. The New Soviet Citizenship Law and Human Rights.- 1. Universal Declaration of Human Rights.- 2. International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights.- 3. Convention on the Nationality of Married Women.- 4. Convention on the Reduction of Statelessness.- 5. Final Act of the Helsinki Conference.- Notes.- Selective Bibliography.- A. Books.- B. Articles.
Series Title: Law in Eastern Europe, no. 25.
Other Titles: Citizenship law of the U.S.S.R.
Responsibility: by George Ginsburgs.


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