Citizenship Amendment Act, 2005

 

  • The Citizenship Amendment Act, 2005 was passed by the Parliament to make provisions for dual citizenship by amending the Citizenship Act, 1955.
  • The citizenship Amendment Act, 2005, is to bestow eligibility for registration as overseas citizens of India (OCI) on persons of Indian origin, who or whose parents/ grandparents have migrated from India after January 26, 1950 or belonged to a territory that became part of India after August 15, 1947, and their minor child, who is a national of a country that allows dual citizenship in some form or other.
  • The eligibility provision is being extended to such citizens of all countries other than those who had ever been a citizen of Pakistan and Bangladesh.

March 4, 2019

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