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Cambodia is not a first-world country, but for many people that's half the appeal. I have lived in Thailand for the last ten years (talking of unrest!), and I have heard from lots of people who have lived here and then gone on to move to Cambodia simply because it reminds them of what Thailand "used to be like". Most of the countries in this region (think: ...


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According to the law of nationality (another reference) you should be recognized as having Cambodian/Khmer citizenship by the government of Cambodia. Article 4: Shall obtain khmer nationality/citizenship regardless of the place of birth for: any legitimate child who is born from a parent ( a mother or father) who has khmer nationality/ ...


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The Cambodian embassy in France has a copy of the law and should be able to assist further. It seems both you and your parents are Khmer citizens so the only practical requirement to move to Cambodia would presumably be to obtain a passport. According to the embassy, the main thing you need for that are birth certificates. Hopefully it's not too complicated ...


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While I do not have the slightest idea about how to go about this, I would suggest a visit to the Cambodian embassy in France would be a good starting place. And also research on the internet, especially in Cambodian-related forums. According to this page, children born overseas to Cambodian parents are entitled to Cambodian citizenship, but are required to ...


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