The Citizenship Act was passed by the Estates-General in August 1, 2005 and granted Imperial Assent on the same day.

Section 1 Edit

This Act may be cited as the Citizenship Act 2005.

Section 2 Edit

Any person may, upon application, be registered as citizen.

Section 3 Edit

A person shall not be registered as citizen if :

(a) he/she is head of state or other public officer of a foreign state; or

(b) he/she is obliged by an oath of allegiance to any foreign state or government of such state; or

(c)he/she was deprived of citizenship under Section 9 of this Act.

Section 4 Edit

Exemptions from Section 3 may be granted under the mitigating circumstances of:

(a) Being head of state or a public officer of a foreign state that has been designated as an ally or friendly nation with whom formal treaties to this effect have been concluded.

Section 5 Edit

A citizen who is a citizen of another nation may not hold office or rank in the Imperial Armed Forces nor may they partake in matters pertaining to internal security. Exceptions can be made with approval from the Marshal-General of the Grand Imperial Army and His Imperial Majesty the Emperor.

Section 6 Edit

The competent office shall enroll any registered citizen in the List of Citizens.

Application under Sec. 2 must contain:

(a) Name & Surname of Applicant

(b) Date of Birth of Applicant

(c) Sex of Applicant

(d) Electronic Address of Applicant and any instant messaging screen names (AIM, Yahoo, MSN, ICQ)

(e) Micronational citizenships the applicant holds

(f) Indication of Province in which the Applicant Desires to Reside.

Section 7 Edit

Any citizen may demand the competent office to communicate him the data about his person in the List of Citizens; and if the competent office shall not do so within 72 hours, a citizen may request before the Supreme Court that a writ of habeas data be issued and addressed to the competent office.

The competent office who received the writ of habeas data must immediately, that is to say within next 24 hours, execute its duty under the precedent paragraph in relation to the person indicated therein.

Section 8 Edit

A person shall cease to be citizen if :

(a) he/she declared before the competent office his intention not to be the citizen anymore;

(b) he/she became a person indicated in Section 3 lit. (a) or (B);

(c) he/she was deprived of citizenship under Section 9.

Section 9 Edit

The Emperor or, under his special authorization, the competent office may deprive of citizenship any citizen who shall endanger the State or internal national life or institution.

Section 10 Edit

Where the competent office finds that a person ceased to be a citizen, it shall cancel the enrollment of that person in the List of Citizens.

Section 11 Edit

A person who was deprived of citizenship may demand before the Supreme Court that it was determined whether or no there was a reason for deprivation of citizenship under Section 9. The decision of the Supreme Court shall be final. If the Supreme Court decides that there was no reason under the precedent section, a person shall be regarded as if he never ceased to be citizen.

Section 12 Edit

In this Act the words "competent office" means the Ministry of the Interior.

Section 13 Edit

The Ministry of the Interior may order that the citizens registered before the commencement of this Act communicated to the competent office the data required under Section 6 (2).

Section 14 Edit

This Act shall supersede and override any other previously existing system dealing with citizenship in the Empire.

Section 15 Edit

This Act shall come into force on the day on which it receives Imperial assent.

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