The nationality law does not impose any restrictions on religious identity.
In this way, nationality law became part of public law.
Britain has some of the most complicated nationality laws anywhere.
The new Dutch nationality law survived until the amendments of 1985.
This article concerns the history of British nationality law.
It has been the basis of British nationality law since 1 January 1983.
Belgium and France have similar provisions under their respective nationality laws.
This is consistent with the nationality law of most countries of the Americas.
The report expressed a concern with Lithuanian nationality law, which contains a right of return clause.
Changes in nationality law meant that women married to Ivorian born men no longer considered citizens lost their citizenship as well.