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60 documents for european citizenship through marriage
  • ... and pragmatic leadership navigated Canada through the worst global recession in a generation. Even ... economic and trade agreement with the European Union. This agreement has the potential to create ... of all Canadians, bestow honorary citizenship on this remarkable young woman. " Sadly, millions ... inhumane practice of early and forced marriage. This barbarism is unacceptable to Canadians. Our ...

  • ... good business sense." She's thought it through, down to the last dollar each Canadian should be ... markets: the United States and the European Union. "Canada is.. peripheral to the United ... was born in Chicago and holds dual citizenship -- but she's not some American agent provocateur. ... -- let's think about common law, maybe marriage," she explains. More likely, though, is something ...

  • ... Preparedness and the Minister of Citizenship and Immigration signed a certificate in which ... crossed our border illegally, arranged a marriage of convenience for a failed refugee claimant and ...The amendments to IRPA enacted through Bill C-3 provided for the appointment of Special ... degrees, one in Russian and East European History and another in Ottoman Language and ...

  • The "Middle Eastern Muslim family" has long been described as a patriarchal unit, and it has been noted that Muslim family laws have served to reinforce patriarchal gender relations and women's subordinate position within the family. The persistence of patriarchy is a matter of debate, and some feminist theorists argue that industrialized societies are also patriarchal. Walby (1990,1996) distinguishes between the "private patriarchy" of the pre-modern family and social order and the "public patriarchy" of the state and labor market in industrial societies. In his work on South Korea, lie (1996) has distinguished between agrarian patriarchy and patriarchal capitalism. In this article I use the term patriarchy in its strict rather than liberal sense-that is, in terms of [John Caldwell]'s ...

    ... men in their position of higher authority through altruism and self-sacrifice" (Klatch, ... of the major Iranian Islamist thinkers, marriage and family living are central to social ... and rights for gays being pushed by the European Union (Moghadam, 1996b; Lynch, 2002). In addition ... classes, second by universal citizenship, and third by the nation-state's welfare ...

  • Despite the extensive literature about the "Great Aliyah," the return migration from the former Soviet Union (F.S.U.) to Israel, only a few studies have dealt with the babushka (grandmother)-a central icon of Soviet culture-and her dynamic (re)configuration in the Israeli context. This paper analyzes the reshaping of the babushka-as a gendered, dynamic, and class-related institution-in Israel, as seen through the eyes of the grandmothers themselves. For this purpose, fifteen ex-Soviet grandmothers who now live in the urban center of Israel participated in in-depth, semi-structured interviews conducted in Hebrew in 2012 and 2013. The findings suggest that the Israeli version of the babushka involves a reinterpretation by the grandmothers of the (late) Soviet legacy through the dominant n...

    ... automatically entitled to Israeli citizenship and state financial support for new immigrants. ... were denied basic civil rights such as marriage, divorce, and burial, which in Israel are ... origin, as opposed to Jews of Ashkenazi [European] origin, as most of these immigrants are) and by ...

  • Oh the other hand, because [Anne McClintock] understands nationalisms as necessarily gendered, and because of her keen attention to the use of domestic trope in representing national homelands, she cannot simply dismiss the identifications of nations with the family and domestic spaces as a matter of "political love." She shows that the trope of the family works on two levels: "First, it offers a 'natural' figure for sanctioning national hierarchy within a putative organic unity of interests. Second, it offers a 'natural' trope for figuring national time" (1997, p. 91). Consequently, the family and domestic space "offered an indispensable metaphoric figure by which national difference could be shaped into a single historical genesis narrative" (p. 91). Just as hierarchies of age and gen...

    ...My official nationality/citizenship was Lebanese, but the same laws that had given me ...-state could only be inscribed in law through a sanctioned marriage to a Lebanese man (which ... men and women) excluded from the "European family" of "civilized nations." Ultimately, ...

  • Concern about foreigners who seemingly live in Mexico with little regard for joining the Mexican nation has endured throughout the twentieth century and to the present. Today, Mexicans do not believe naturalized citizens should be afforded the same political rights as Mexican-born citizens. This attitude, however, has often contradicted larger national economic and political demands that warranted bringing immigrants to populate Mexico and support the development of the nation-state. Immigration policies respond to this dichotomy of both needing immigrants to bolster the Mexican economy while also creating restrictive policies to discourage "less desirable" - in particular, ethnically undesirable - immigrants. This tension is not unique to Mexican policy nor is it a historical aberratio...

    ... belief suggests that the concept of citizenship has significance for Mexicans and prompts a ..., and Guatemalans at higher rates than European immigrants. The seemingly inchoate policies and ...Children born of such marriages were to be registered as "foreigners." This ...

  • ... norms have derived from a shared Western European heritage, with English as a common working ...The World Values Survey found that through the 1990s Canadians and Americans, along with ... mosaic, but the Multicultural and Citizenship Act did not appear until 1982. (17) . This upper ... and political acceptance of same-sex marriage, proposals to liberalize marijuana for medicinal ...

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