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Transcript of German Citizenship
1.1 Video clip
3. Dual Citizenship
5. General facts
5.2 Naturalisation test
7. Sources 1. Introduction 2. Requirements 3. Dual citizenship - at the age of 18 only one citizenship allowed
- exception: get the nationality by birth
- based on place of birth or descent from one parent German Citizen 2.1 Residency 2.2 Language 2.3 Knowledge - right of residence
- for 8 years in Germany
- 7 years with integration course
- ability to earn money for the family
- no criminal activity - ability to write, speak and read
German - citizenship-test about German law- and socialorder 5. General facts 5.1 Migration 5.2 Naturalisation test 5.3 Quiz
- applicants, who want to gain German citizenship
- people who have a graduation in Germany
- older or handicapped people Who must take the naturalisation test? What does the test consists of?
- 33 questions
- topics: „Living in a democracy“ „History and responsibility“ and „People and society“
- 4 possible answers
- 60 minutes time
- pass the test if you answer a minimum of 17 questions correctly How often can the test be taken? - repeatable without limits
How can I prepare myself for the naturalisation test? - preparatory courses
- online test centre
- sample test paper become a German citizen in one of three ways:
- by birth
- by adoption as a minor
- by naturalisation 1.1 Video clip 1.2 Cartoon - since 1950 one of the most important destination countries for immigrants
- 15.7 million immigrants in Germany
-> 19% of the population
-> 7.1 million people without German passport
-> 8.6 million Germans with migration background How many federal states does Germany have?
D 17 The opposition in Germany's national parliament, the Bundestag, ...
A ... keeps a check on the government.
B ... decides who becomes a federal minister.
C ... decides who sits in the upper house of the German parliament, the Bundesrat.
D ... proposes the governors of the federal states. When do German citizens officially come of age?
D 21 People in Germany are allowed to openly criticize the government because …
A of religious freedom
B they pay taxes
C they have the right to vote
D of freedom of speech 8. Sources http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/German_nationality_law#Dual_citizenship [26.01.2013, 16:00]
http://germany.usembassy.gov/acs/dual_nationality/ [26.01.2013, 16:20]
http://www.tatsachen-ueber-deutschland.de/en/society/main-content-08/immigration-and-integration.html [26.01.2013, 16:30]
http://www.spiegel.de/international/germany/take-the-citizenship-test-could-you-become-a-german-a-564619.html [26.01.2013, 17:00]
http://www.faz.net/polopoly_fs/1.1448311!/image/849237566.jpg_gen/derivatives/gallery_full/849237566.jpg [26.01.2013, 17:30]