The Loi of nationality of the Chinese Popular republic (,) regulates the citizenship in Popular republic of China (RPC). This citizenship is obtained with the birth when one of the parents has the Nationalité or at Chinese naturalized summer.
Citizenship with the birth
Starting from October 1st 1949, the majority of the Chinese nationals received the nationality of the Popular republic.
In general, a person born in the borders of the RPC (i.e., the RPC, HongKong, Macau and Taiwan) acquires Chinese nationality by birth, if it a:
- at least a relative of Chinese nationality,
- the two parents of unknown nationality, but living in a permanent way in China.
In China, for the children whose relative is Chinese and the other of foreign nationality, of the complications are possible if a foreign passport is used to leave China.
The RPC recognizes the people born with HongKong and Macau before or after the beginning of their administration by the Popular republic of China like “born in China.”
The RPC regards the citizens of Taiwan as its nationals and does not allow that Taiwanese uses theirs by entering to China. Is needed that Taiwanese obtains the License Taiwanese Compatriot ( Taiwan Compatriot Pass ), given by the government of the RPC, to enter to metropolitan China. In some cases, this license can be used to enter to HongKong. Except for those which obtained their full British nationality in HongKong, Taiwan also recognizes the Chinese of the Chinese Metropolis, HongKong and Macau like her nationals, but they are ineligible for the Taiwanese passports without to have lived in a third country and without the subject of the regulations ? if they do not have.
Contrary to the example of the citizens of the DOM-TOM French which, when they decide to travel of their dependence of overseas to another dependence, or in Metropolitan France, can use their indentity cards because they are national French.
Naturalization like a citizen of the RPC
Ethnic foreign minorities or the people stateless people who accept the Constitution of the Popular republic of China and its laws and who:
- is the neighbors of their family members having the Chinese nationality,
- live in China,
- have other acceptable reasons,
Loss of Chinese citizenship
The government does not recognize the dual nationality.
Except in the cases or somebody having the dual nationality, Chinese and foreign:
is the neighbor of a foreign minority,
- lives apart from China,
- has an acceptable reason, for example, like citizen of a Arab country:
- born from an Algerian father , Moroccan or Mauritanian and which thus automatically acquired the citizenship of the father to the birth (born in Algeria, in Morocco, in Mauritania, in the RPC or another country),
- born in Egypt of an Egyptian father and thus considered an Egyptian citizen, ** born in Tunisia or of a Tunisian citizen.
The civils servant of the state and the military personnel in active service cannot give up their Chinese nationality.
- the Councils with the Travellers (of Canadian Ministry of the foreign affairs)
- Law of nationality of the Chinese Popular republic (of the Web site of the government of HongKong)
- Law of nationality of the Chinese Popular republic (of the Web site of the Chinese Embassy of Djakarta)
- Law of nationality of the Chinese Popular republic
- Explanations of some requests of the Standing Committee about the Implementation of the Law of Chinese nationality as HongKong
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