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You could get the spanish citicenship by Carta de naturaleza
Esta forma de adquisición de la nacionalidad, tiene carácter graciable y no se sujeta a las normas generales de procedimiento administrativo. Será otorgada o no discrecionalmente por el Gobierno mediante Real Decreto, tras valorar la concurrencia de circunstancias excepcionales.
Ha de dirigir su solicitud a la Subdirección General de Nacionalidad y Estado Civil, Dirección General de los Registros y del Notariado, Plaza de Jacinto Benavente, número 3. Madrid 28071. Puede presentarla en:
En la Oficina Central de Información y Atención al Público del Ministerio de Justicia. Plaza de Jacinto Benavente, núm. 3, 28012 Madrid.
En el Registro Auxiliar del Ministerio de Justicia. Dirección General de los Registros y del Notariado. Plaza de Jacinto Benavente, número 3. Madrid 28071.
En el Registro de cualquier órgano de la Administración General del Estado (p.ej, Delegaciones del Gobierno, Subdelegaciones) o de una Comunidad Autónoma.
En una oficina de correos.
En el Registro Civil de su domicilio y el Registro la enviará a la Subdirección General de Nacionalidad y Estado Civil.
Si no reside en España, puede presentarla en el ConsuladoEste enlace se abre en una nueva pantalla de España en el país en que resida y el Consulado la enviará a la Subdirección General de Nacionalidad y Estado Civil.
Puede obtener la solicitud:
En la Oficina de Atención al Público de la Dirección General de los Registros y del Notariado. Plaza de Jacinto Benavente número 3, Madrid 28071.
En el Registro Civil de su domicilio.
Here its the site
This cjance its only for persons like you that have special vinculation with Spain
If you need more nformation please to ask me for it
3) Discretional Naturalisation:This means of acquisition of naturalisation, which is discretional and not subject to the general rules of administrative procedure shall be granted or not, discretionally, by the Government, by means of a Royal Decree, after evaluating the concurrence of exceptional circumstances.In the event of having acquired Spanish citizenship by residence, naturalisation or option, the individual shall:• If older than fourteen years of age and capable of issuing a statement by himself to swear or promise loyalty to the King and obedience to the Constitution and the laws;• Declare that he renounces his prior citizenship, except if the individual concerned falls into any of the cases of entitlement to double citizenship.
Discretional naturalisation The Spanish government also confers citizenship on the basis of exceptional circumstances via a Royal Decree. Cases where this has occurred have included artists, athletes or intellectuals.ProcedureApplications for citizenship are submitted to the Civil Registry in the town where you are living or at the consulate of the country in which you are residing. The documents required are:
A copy of the application is sent to a judge at the registry office. The judge will interview the applicant and if it is approved the application will be sent to the General Directorate of Registers and Notaries (Direccion General de los Registros y del Notariado) who have up to one year to decide on the application.Once an application has been approved you must go to your local Civil Registry within 180 days to complete the naturalisation process, which involves swearing an oath of loyalty to the king and the constitution and relinquishing your existing nationality.Cost Spain does not charge a fee for applying to become a naturalised citizen.ConsequencesSpanish citizenship confers the full rights of an EU citizen in terms of movement and residence in EEA member states. However, once you have acquired Spanish citizenship you must declare that you renounce your prior citizenship, unless your case is one where you are entitled to dual citizenship. This includes Latin American countries and others such as Andorra, the Philippines, Equatorial Guinea and Portugal. It is possible to have two nationalities, if your existing country does not allow citizens to renounce their citizenship (e.g. the UK).
I will be here if you need more information
There its NO law at all
No new law, its something taking as a voluntary decision of the goberment
So they give you tha nationality as you ask for it
Its a discreccional procedure
Go to the closer spanish consulate with the documents required an they give you the chance to get the nationality
I will be here if needed
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