- Luxembourgian nationality law
The Luxembourgian nationality law is ruled by the Constitution of Luxembourg.
Since 1 January 2009, Luxembourg allows dual citizenship. Since then, a lot of Belgians made use of the new law to adopt Belgian-Luxembourgish citizenship, especially Belgians living in Arelerland, a part of the Belgian province of Luxembourg at the border with the Grand Duchy.
- ^ Dual Citizenship. Washington, D.C.: Embassy of Luxemburg. http://www.luxembourg-usa.org/consular6.shtml. Retrieved 2009-02-12
- ^ "Veel Belgen willen ook Luxemburger worden" (in Dutch). 2011-01-21. http://www.deredactie.be/permalink/1.946200. Retrieved 2011-01-22.
- (French) Luxembourg's Ministry of Justice website
- (French) About the new nationality law
- Part of the Constitution about the citizenship rules
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