Webinar 26 November | Pathways to Citizenship for third-country nationals in The Netherlands and EU Member States
‘Pathways to Citizenship for third-country nationals in The Netherlands and EU Member States’
Thursday 26 November 2020
This webinar will elaborate on the [emnnetherlands.nl/onderzoeken/onderzoek-procedures-en-regels-voor-naturalisatie-verschillen-eu-lidstaten]results of the EMN study ‘Pathways to Citizenship for third-country nationals in EU Member States’ that are most topical for the Netherlands.
The webinar will be held in English.
10:00 – 10:10
Welcome. By Hans Lemmens, Coordinator EMN Netherlands
10:10 – 10:25
Benchmark Pathways to Citizenship for third-country nationals in EU Member States, policy in the Netherlands compared to other Member States. Anna Matus, researcher EMN Netherlands
10:25 – 11:10
– EMN Sweden (Jonas Hols, migration expert) and EMN Austria (Martin Stiller, legal officer) about the national policies on the acquisition of citizenship. Speakers will address e.g. the requirements for the acquisition of citizenship by ordinary naturalisation in their country, such as the level of knowledge of the country’s language and the applicant’s economic situation or standard of living, and dual citizenship.
– Reflection on all presentations and discussion of the outcomes of citizenship policies across countries. By Maastricht University (Floris Peters, postdoctoral researcher citizenship and immigrant integration)
11:10 – 11:25
11:25 – 11:30
Conclusions. By Hans Lemmens.
Please register before Tuesday 24 November using the button below. You will receive the access link to the webinar on Tuesday 24 November.