By Rainer Bauböck, Eva Ersbøll, Kees Groenendijk, Harald Waldrauch
Acquisition and lack of Nationality brings jointly a workforce of thirty researchers for an in-depth research of nationality legislation in all fifteen pre-2004 member states of the eu Union. quantity One provides certain comparisons of the citizenship legislation of all fifteen countries, whereas quantity includes person reports of every country's legislation. jointly, the books are the main accomplished on hand source at the query of eu nationality.
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Granting of nationality is free of charge and renunciation of previous nationality is no longer required. To be sure, the reacquisition of Austrian nationality by political emigrants is numerically not significant, but has above all symbolic and political importance. Still, it is noteworthy that between 1993 and 2001, approximately 1,800 political emigrants regained Austrian nationality, whereas the number of political emigrants who reacquired Austrian nationality between 1965 and 1992 amounted to roughly 350 (Burger & Wendelin 2004: 6).
Despite demanding conditions for naturalisation, a steadily increasing number of immigrants acquired Austrian nationality as they fulfilled the general residence requirement of ten years. Thus, more and more immigrants could escape the legal restrictions imposed on third country nationals with respect to access to the labour market, social rights and benefits and political participation. In the province of Vienna, where access to municipal housing was for a long time exclusively reserved for Austrian nationals, this development led to growing resentments about the allocation of municipal housing to (naturalised) ‘foreigners’.
3 Statistical developments Austrian naturalisation statistics cover three different ways of acquisition, namely acquisition by grant (§§ 10-14) or extension of grant (§§ 1617), by declaration (§ 25 (2); Art. I/II from 1983-88) and by notification (§ 58c). In other words, acquisitions by descent (§ 7, § 8) and legitimation (§ 7a) and automatic acquisitions upon taking office as a professor at an Austrian university (§ 25 (1)) are not covered. 5 per cent) of them had their residence abroad. However, roughly 48 per cent of all naturalisations already occurred in the 1940s and 1950s, when a large number of ethnic Germans (‘Volksdeutsche’) and other refugees from Central and Eastern Europe were granted nationality.