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I have a daughter who was born in Myanmar, but she is not a citizen of Myanmar.
Myanmar: 1) Defining three classes of nationality within the meaning of the Nationality Act of 1982: a) the real people of Burma or members of indigenous ethnical groups or those already enrolled under the 1948 Act; (b) associated and ( ) naturalised people. 2 ) Prerequisite for minors to be of legal nationality when both parties are Myanmar residents and are leaving Myanmar with their mothers. 3 ) To lose nationality of a baby in Myanmar of foreign-born mum and dad when they go abroad and do not contact a Myanmar embassy and declare their readiness to be a national. 4 ) Circumstances under which Burma's nationality may be either withdrawn or forfeited.
Information on Myanmar nationality and nationality was obtained from the First Secretary (Consulate) of the Embassy of the Union of Myanmar in Ottawa (4 December 1991). 1 ) (a) Tru Burmese are those whose forefathers lived in what is now Myanmar in 1823, one year after it became a UK settlement as part of Britain's Biandi.
Associated nationals are those who are entitled to become a citizen under the Nationality Act of 1948. They lived in Myanmar at the height of the country's sovereignty, but may have had either the nationality of India or Britain. c) Naturalised nationals are people and their offspring who have lived in Myanmar since 4 January 1948.
Someone may have wanted to maintain his UK nationality in 1948, for example. However, his grandson could be a Myanmar national. If that were the case, the grandson would be a national. Each of the three classes of nationals is regarded as equivalent. Pursuant to Section 16 of the Nationality Act 1982, nationality expires when a Myanmar resident leave "forever" or take nationality of another nationality or apply for nationality or passport of another nation.
Civilians can temporarily emigrate and remain Myanmarans. When they do not have a legal pass, they are not considered nationals by the statute. Anyone with a legal identity card can remain abroad as long as they wish (an immigration who has been in Canada for 40 years, but because they have not taken Myanmar nationality, they are still Myanmar citizens).
Same rule applies to kids. It is not necessary to certify nationality when you reach the legal age of majority. Its wording suggests that the baby is a Myanmar national. Achieving this is by enrolling in the immigration service at the tender of 11 and expressing the wish to become a Myanmar national.
The recognition of the entitlement is dependent on the nationality of the parent. As a Myanmar resident, the same regulations as for all Myanmar residents are applicable. Union of Myanmar Dispatch, Ottawa.