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Clinical Cancer Investigation Journal
ISSN Print: 2278-1668, Online: 2278-0513
Year: 2022   |   Volume: 11   |   Issue: 1 S   |   Paper ID: CCLS2202

Studying the conditions for granting citizenship to the children of male foreign nationals


The present study aims to investigate the conditions for granting citizenship to children resulting from marriage to foreign men and its challenges. The research approach is descriptive-analytical, and it is conducted with the use of library resources. According to studies, citizenship determination is based on the rule of soil and blood, the effectiveness of the father's citizenship over the child's citizenship, and the lack of influence of the Iranian mother's citizenship on the child married to foreign men under Article 976 of the Civil Code have been introduced as legal discrimination against civil and human rights. concerns of children emerging from Iranian women's marriages to foreign males. However, this legislative leap has not yet liberated the government from the issues of such children's citizenship. Providing an Iranian mother with original territorial citizenship, at the very least for children born in Iran, can go a long way toward resolving the concerns of such children. However, whether the kid is born in Iran or abroad, the child's bond with the Iranian government will be strengthened and grown, and the child's spiritual dependency on the Iranian government will be no less than if the child is born in Iran to a foreign woman.

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