The 1993 Méhaignerie Law required children born in France of foreign parents to request French nationality at adulthood, rather than being automatically accorded citizenship. This "manifestation of will" requirement was subsequently abrogated by the Guigou Law of 1998, but children born in France of foreign parents remain foreign until obtaining legal majority.
Children born in France to tourists or short-term visitors do not acquire French citizenship by virtue of birth in France: residency must be proven. Since immigration became increasingly a political theme in the 1980s, albeit accompanied by a lower immigration rate (see Demographics in France), both left-wing and right-wing governments have issued several laws restricting the possibilities of being naturalized.
Once more, the French political establishment is placing itself at odds with its minority community. French PresidentEmmanuel Macron’s party — La République en Marche (LREM), perceived as ‘centrist’ in French politics — has conditioned its endorsement of a Muslim candidate in the upcoming June regional elections on the removal of her headscarf.
While she projected a modern image when she took over the party from her father 10 years ago, she taps into fears running through French society without offering a positive vision for the future, Lebourg said ... Acquiring French citizenship should be made harder, she said, and contingent on respecting French "customs" and "codes.".
I’m fighting to play for France because I’m French. I don’t have dual citizenship and I’m not going to apply for it” – AymericLaporte says he will always fly the flag for France even if he’s never selected.
The 26-year-old was born in the FrenchBasque Country but now a royal decree dated 11 March has been issued by a Spanish government agency confirming new citizenship for the centre-back, who is now available to play for La Roja... dual citizenship and was not going to ask for it.
... Just as “whelk war” with France is – perhaps – narrowly averted, I am unpatriotically heading to an outpost of the Fifth Republic in Manchester to take the French language test that is a prerequisite for citizenship.
Just as “whelk war” with France is – perhaps – narrowly averted, I am unpatriotically heading to an outpost of the Fifth Republic in Manchester to take the French language test that is a prerequisite for citizenship. After 18 months of trying to become French, I am perhaps two-thirds of the way.
But the French establishment has always been quick to dismiss such narratives ... To improve his chances in this race, Macron will have to make himself stand out from the rest of the field, by reaffirming the distinctively ''universalist'' French ideal of citizenship � one that, unlike multiculturalism, transcends racial origins and religious belief.
Leader of French right-wing party ... Le Pen is going to run for the French presidency in 2022 ... Elaborating on the details in the interview, Le Pen said citizens would be asked questions related to the procedure of obtaining French citizenship, and deporting unemployed non-citizens.
Nearly a quarter of eligible Britons living in Germany took up German citizenship as Brexit loomed, according to a new report ... Only 1 per cent of French people and 0.5 per cent of Dutch people with citizenship rights in Germany chose to take them up during the same period ... French trawlers protest in Jersey over Brexit fishing rights.
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The first victims of radical Islam around the world are Muslims and this radical movement is an insult to French citizens of Muslim faith who observe their religion peacefully, according to Marlene Schiappa, French minister delegate in charge of citizenship ... On the integration of French people of Arab descent into French society, she said.