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Statelessness is a kind of negative state (falling through the cracks as it were) so I am not sure a full list can be created but here are some (actual, not merely theoretical) cases: Born to parents who are themselves stateless. Born to an unmarried mother with a citizenship transmitted solely through males (a common problem, there are dozens of those). ...


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Such a scenario is indeed possible. For example, I know several countries where the law allows the authorities to strip a recently naturalised citizen of their citizenship if they have been found guilty of a terrorism-related offense but do require that the person still has another citizenship. At the same time, it does not mean that renouncing other ...


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First of all, we need to clarify what you mean by "revoke" here. Several of countries that you claimed can "revoke" the citizenship of naturalized citizens, including the US and Canada, actually cannot involuntarily (i.e. without the person's intent) take away citizenship of naturalized citizens at all (in fact, for the US, it's constitutionally forbidden). ...


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If the country is a member of the 1954 UN Convention Relating to the Status of Stateless Persons they have to follow the rules of that convention. Read it, and you will know what is required by their laws. BUT, not all member countries have created a formal stateless recognition process so you could end up in a bit of limbo. You can contact the UNHCR ...


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There are a few possibilities: You might still be deported to the US. It's more complicated and would require the consent of the US but I remember that the website of the State department suggested it does still happen even after you renounce your citizenship. Not sure about the details. You might get a residence permit just like any other non-national, ...


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Remember, any advice given is very YMMV but this is my understanding as it stands: The UK will give you stateless person status if you willfully renounce your citizenship, provided you meet all other requirements (per a publication on gov.uk dated 18 February 2016). France may give you stateless person status, as it is not prohibited in their law concerning ...


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If you are outside the UK you need a visa to enter for work. You can check this out here https://www.gov.uk/check-uk-visa/y, by selecting ‘Stateless or refugee’ as the nationality option. If you’re in the UK you have to apply to remain https://www.gov.uk/stay-in-uk-stateless and https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/...


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An individual is born in a country that does not grant citizenship by virtue of being born there (jus solis) to parents whose birth country/countries don't grant/recognize birthright citizenship.


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