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Austria joined the European Union in 1995, giving Austrian citizens the right to travel, study, work and live in any of the 28 EU countries without any additional permits or documents. People who are descendants of Austrian immigrants might have the right to Austrian citizenship regardless of where they were born or where they live.
Austrian emigration in the 19th and 20th centuries was not as sizable as that from other European countries. However, Austrians make-up important communities in the UK, US, Brazil, Uruguay, Australia and other countries. Today, there are millions of individuals living abroad who have the right to recover their Austrian citizenship and enjoy their rights as part of the European Union.
What are the benefits of Austrian Citizenship
Austrian citizenship provides numerous rights within the 28 countries of the European Union, the most important of which are:
Are you eligible?
The offspring of an Austrian great grandfather, grandfather or parents can be eligible, for Austrian citizenship. Up until the 1980’s Austrian Citizenship was only passed through men and passed only by women when they were not married at the time of birth of their children.
The Austrian Citizenship Law is based on the principle of “right of blood” (ius sanguinis), this means that an Austrian descendant may be eligible to acquire citizenship regardless of the place of birth.
Most Austrian citizens who naturalized lost their citizenship. However, they might be eligible to reclaim Austrian citizenship depending on the naturalization date and the date of birth of the next generation.
Special Treatment of Persecuted People
On November 1941 Nazi Germany stripped Austrian Jews and other people of their citizenship. This means that every Austrian Jew was denaturalized and subject to deportation. After the end of World War II the right to citizenship was restored and Jews were given the right to reclaim citizenship through a naturalization process. Therefore, if your ancestors were Jewish and naturalized after November 1941, you might still be eligible to apply for citizenship.
Recent changes in the Austrian law temporarily grant the right to citizenship to the children of Austrian mothers, even when they were born before 1985. However, there are additional requirements, such as presenting a certificate that proves B1 level of German language knowledge. This option is set to expire by April 30, 2014.
GetEUPassport Can Obtain Your Austrian Citizenship
The laws and processes for obtaining Austrian citizenship can be complex and there are many details that often get overlooked, even by Austrian consular offices, resulting in denials in situations when citizenship should be authorized. GetEUPassport makes all of this easy by providing all of the necessary services for individuals who want to obtain their Austrian citizenship.
Why Should You Choose GetEUPassport?
GetEUPassport has a high success rate in securing Austrian Citizenship and guidance for the issuance of an Austrian Passport for hundreds of satisfied clients while providing the best personalized service.
Through our many experiences, we have learnt the intricacies of Austrian law and have achieved positive results in hundreds of cases, which were initially denied by consular offices.
At GetEUPassport we believe that our customers want and deserve that their case be dealt with personally by one of our partners and for it to be handled with the highest importance and confidence. This is why we limit the number of applications that we accept at one time and prefer to provide personalized and responsive service.
With the experience of hundreds of successful cases, GetEUPassport can determine the chances of success of acquiring Austrian citizenship. Through your responses to our simple questionnaire we are able to determine your eligibility, and when possible, we guarantee results.
We’re so confident of our work that we offer to assess your case for free to tell you what your chances of success are and only accept cases that we think have great chances of being successful.