Absolute and Conditional Application of Jus Sanguinis

Sattar Azizi, Bijan Hajiazizi, Razieh Hassankhani


Nationality is a political and spiritual relationship in attaching a person to a government. There are two criteria in granting nationality: Jus sanguinis (based on blood or descent) and Jus soli (based on birth place). Jus sanguinis (based on blood or descent) should be clarified; this article aims to clear one aspect of Jus sanguinis. It is focused on granting nationality based on Jus sanguinis from a generation to another which is called absolute application of Jus sanguinis. Although there is conditional application of Jus sanguinis which a part from parent’s nationality other factors like domicile place or birth of parents are noticed as well in getting nationality conditional application of Jus sanguinis Maintains nation’s correlation with society’s norms.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5539/ilr.v1n1p130


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