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Re: Citizenship by origin

Postby Kikapu » Fri Jan 11, 2019 10:47 pm

Lordo wrote:so what you are saying is men can pass down nationality but women can't. The same is true with refugee status right. 43 years later they are still passing refugee status to only through the male line and in the eu too. i mean what the hell is the eu doing about sexism in the griik lands ghamoda.


Is that really true, Lords?

My sister who is a Cypriot born in Cyprus has been able to gain RoC citizenship to her 3 grown up children who were born and raised in Turkey and the grown up children then have gotten RoC citizenships to their children (my sister’s grand children) also all born and raised in Turkey. Her husband and the father of her children is a Turk. He does not have a RoC citizenship.
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Re: Citizenship by origin

Postby Lordo » Sat Jan 12, 2019 1:36 am

Kikapu wrote:
Lordo wrote:so what you are saying is men can pass down nationality but women can't. The same is true with refugee status right. 43 years later they are still passing refugee status to only through the male line and in the eu too. i mean what the hell is the eu doing about sexism in the griik lands ghamoda.


Is that really true, Lords?

My sister who is a Cypriot born in Cyprus has been able to gain RoC citizenship to her 3 grown up children who were born and raised in Turkey and the grown up children then have gotten RoC citizenships to their children (my sister’s grand children) also all born and raised in Turkey. Her husband and the father of her children is a Turk. He does not have a RoC citizenship.


there is soemthing in their background. sure they father is not a pontian. being born in terggy does mean you are terggish but you are citizen of terggy.

read what they are saying to the poor poster. grandmother does not count. i did not make it up this is what is being said here. are you not following the conversation.

the fact about being unable to pass the refugee status has been reported in the press.
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Re: Citizenship by origin

Postby Pyrpolizer » Sat Jan 12, 2019 4:37 pm

Lordo wrote:
Kikapu wrote:
Lordo wrote:so what you are saying is men can pass down nationality but women can't. The same is true with refugee status right. 43 years later they are still passing refugee status to only through the male line and in the eu too. i mean what the hell is the eu doing about sexism in the griik lands ghamoda.


Is that really true, Lords?

My sister who is a Cypriot born in Cyprus has been able to gain RoC citizenship to her 3 grown up children who were born and raised in Turkey and the grown up children then have gotten RoC citizenships to their children (my sister’s grand children) also all born and raised in Turkey. Her husband and the father of her children is a Turk. He does not have a RoC citizenship.


there is soemthing in their background. sure they father is not a pontian. being born in terggy does mean you are terggish but you are citizen of terggy.

read what they are saying to the poor poster. grandmother does not count. i did not make it up this is what is being said here. are you not following the conversation.

the fact about being unable to pass the refugee status has been reported in the press.


Don't be such a "hergele". We are not lawyers, we are not experts, all we can do is post an opinion based on what we read.
I already gave a link to someone's site who is an expert. If the OP were smart enough s/he should read the link and press the "contact us" button to get reliable advice from THEM .
It looks Kikapu's sister was clever enough to do it alone by herself, or by contacting expert lawyers.

As for the matter of who gets refugee status you were once again caught with your pants down. :lol: :lol: Get updated!
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Re: Citizenship by origin

Postby Lordo » Sat Jan 12, 2019 5:44 pm

Pyrpolizer wrote:
Lordo wrote:
Kikapu wrote:
Lordo wrote:so what you are saying is men can pass down nationality but women can't. The same is true with refugee status right. 43 years later they are still passing refugee status to only through the male line and in the eu too. i mean what the hell is the eu doing about sexism in the griik lands ghamoda.


Is that really true, Lords?

My sister who is a Cypriot born in Cyprus has been able to gain RoC citizenship to her 3 grown up children who were born and raised in Turkey and the grown up children then have gotten RoC citizenships to their children (my sister’s grand children) also all born and raised in Turkey. Her husband and the father of her children is a Turk. He does not have a RoC citizenship.


there is soemthing in their background. sure they father is not a pontian. being born in terggy does mean you are terggish but you are citizen of terggy.

read what they are saying to the poor poster. grandmother does not count. i did not make it up this is what is being said here. are you not following the conversation.

the fact about being unable to pass the refugee status has been reported in the press.


Don't be such a "hergele". We are not lawyers, we are not experts, all we can do is post an opinion based on what we read.
I already gave a link to someone's site who is an expert. If the OP were smart enough s/he should read the link and press the "contact us" button to get reliable advice from THEM .
It looks Kikapu's sister was clever enough to do it alone by herself, or by contacting expert lawyers.

As for the matter of who gets refugee status you were once again caught with your pants down. :lol: :lol: Get updated!

really, what is there to update on exactly.

one person has won in eu court and has been compensated, there is another 15 to go yet and thats not counting thousands that have not applied. if the governmentloses acourtcase, is the onus not on them to correct their mistake and compendsate all involved.

which means there are thousands of people who are currently not recieving this status and there are no plans to correct the situation.
so who is a hergele again and who needs to to be updated.
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Re: Citizenship by origin

Postby Kikapu » Sat Jan 12, 2019 8:20 pm

Pyrpolizer wrote:
Lordo wrote:
Kikapu wrote:
Lordo wrote:so what you are saying is men can pass down nationality but women can't. The same is true with refugee status right. 43 years later they are still passing refugee status to only through the male line and in the eu too. i mean what the hell is the eu doing about sexism in the griik lands ghamoda.


Is that really true, Lords?

My sister who is a Cypriot born in Cyprus has been able to gain RoC citizenship to her 3 grown up children who were born and raised in Turkey and the grown up children then have gotten RoC citizenships to their children (my sister’s grand children) also all born and raised in Turkey. Her husband and the father of her children is a Turk. He does not have a RoC citizenship.


there is soemthing in their background. sure they father is not a pontian. being born in terggy does mean you are terggish but you are citizen of terggy.

read what they are saying to the poor poster. grandmother does not count. i did not make it up this is what is being said here. are you not following the conversation.

the fact about being unable to pass the refugee status has been reported in the press.


Don't be such a "hergele". We are not lawyers, we are not experts, all we can do is post an opinion based on what we read.
I already gave a link to someone's site who is an expert. If the OP were smart enough s/he should read the link and press the "contact us" button to get reliable advice from THEM .
It looks Kikapu's sister was clever enough to do it alone by herself, or by contacting expert lawyers.

As for the matter of who gets refugee status you were once again caught with your pants down. :lol: :lol: Get updated!


Pyro,

My sister’s kids and her grandkids were all entitled for RoC citizenships, is just that on her own she was not be able to do it with the passport office in the RoC as her case was always delayed until she found a middle-man for a fee who was able to expredite all the application one one one. Nothing illegal and she did not use a lawyer. Only 1,000 euros per application.
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Re: Citizenship by origin

Postby Pyrpolizer » Sat Jan 12, 2019 9:46 pm

Lordo wrote:really, what is there to update on exactly.

one person has won in eu court and has been compensated, there is another 15 to go yet and thats not counting thousands that have not applied. if the governmentloses acourtcase, is the onus not on them to correct their mistake and compendsate all involved.

which means there are thousands of people who are currently not recieving this status and there are no plans to correct the situation.
so who is a hergele again and who needs to to be updated.


It's been a long time everybody can get refugee status from his/her mother side as well....
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Re: Citizenship by origin

Postby Lordo » Sat Jan 12, 2019 10:45 pm

Kikapu wrote:
Pyrpolizer wrote:
Lordo wrote:
Kikapu wrote:
Lordo wrote:so what you are saying is men can pass down nationality but women can't. The same is true with refugee status right. 43 years later they are still passing refugee status to only through the male line and in the eu too. i mean what the hell is the eu doing about sexism in the griik lands ghamoda.


Is that really true, Lords?

My sister who is a Cypriot born in Cyprus has been able to gain RoC citizenship to her 3 grown up children who were born and raised in Turkey and the grown up children then have gotten RoC citizenships to their children (my sister’s grand children) also all born and raised in Turkey. Her husband and the father of her children is a Turk. He does not have a RoC citizenship.


there is soemthing in their background. sure they father is not a pontian. being born in terggy does mean you are terggish but you are citizen of terggy.

read what they are saying to the poor poster. grandmother does not count. i did not make it up this is what is being said here. are you not following the conversation.

the fact about being unable to pass the refugee status has been reported in the press.


Don't be such a "hergele". We are not lawyers, we are not experts, all we can do is post an opinion based on what we read.
I already gave a link to someone's site who is an expert. If the OP were smart enough s/he should read the link and press the "contact us" button to get reliable advice from THEM .
It looks Kikapu's sister was clever enough to do it alone by herself, or by contacting expert lawyers.

As for the matter of who gets refugee status you were once again caught with your pants down. :lol: :lol: Get updated!


Pyro,

My sister’s kids and her grandkids were all entitled for RoC citizenships, is just that on her own she was not be able to do it with the passport office in the RoC as her case was always delayed until she found a middle-man for a fee who was able to expredite all the application one one one. Nothing illegal and she did not use a lawyer. Only 1,000 euros per application.

nobody said you cannot buy a passport. but you was robbed like.
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Re: Citizenship by origin

Postby Lordo » Sat Jan 12, 2019 10:50 pm

here is another bit of info for the limasolian hergele



Apply for citizenship based on a relationship.

If you were born after August 16, 1960 and your father was Cypriot, you can apply for citizenship..............

notice it does not say your father or mother.
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Re: Citizenship by origin

Postby Kikapu » Sun Jan 13, 2019 1:11 pm

My sister was born before 1960.

She was not buying passports at €1,000 at a time for her kids and grand kids, because she was entitled to them. The payments were to the expedite the process.

By the way, the middleman is a TC.
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Re: Citizenship by origin

Postby Lordo » Sun Jan 13, 2019 1:41 pm

Kikapu wrote:My sister was born before 1960.

She was not buying passports at €1,000 at a time for her kids and grand kids, because she was entitled to them. The payments were to the expedite the process.

By the way, the middleman is a TC.

the normal fee for citizenship application is 30 euros. so groc makes it impossible for a tc to apply. that is it sunshinne.

that fact that a tc can find a tc or gc to get it for them at 1000 euros per person is beyond belief. the forms should be in tc language too and it should be possible to apply by ones self.
this is the kind of underhanded actions we have been suffering since 1963 and you accept it as ok. i think gr finally realised what you are. a disgrace to your community.
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