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Abstracts of some interesting cases related to citizenship of Lithuania

Abstracts of some interesting cases related to citizenship of Lithuania

The grandmother of the applicant was of Jewish origin; she was born in 1919 in Lithuania and was the citizenship of Lithuania prior to 15 June 1940. The grandmother of the person left Lithuania in 1938 because of suspicion of the forthcoming World War II and possible dangers bound with it, such as anti-Semitism and hard situation of Jews in Lithuania. The person applied for reinstatement of the citizenship of Lithuania upon preservation of the current citizenship of Slovenia. After examination of the submitted documents, the Migration Department of Lithuania passed a positive decision on a reinstatement of the citizenship of Lithuania upon preservation of the current citizenship (a dual citizenship). 

D. L., S. L., K. L. and M. L. The case of reinstatement of Lithuanian citizenship to the descendants of Litvaks

The grandparents and great-grandparents of the person (the applicant) were citizens of Lithuania prior to 15 June 1940, they were born in Lithuania and lived there. In 1925, the grandfather was issued an internal passport of Lithuania. In 1925, the grandmother was issued an internal passport of Lithuania. In 1928, the future grandparents of the applicant got married in Kaunas. In 1929, the grandparents left Lithuania for South Africa. The great-grandmother of the person was a citizen of Lithuania. In 1921, she was issued an internal passport of Lithuania. The great-grandfather of the applicant was a citizen of Lithuania. In 1921, he was issued an internal passport of Lithuania. 

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