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    Anonymous
    My girlfriend is interested in applying for the Croatian citizenship/passport. She was born in Croatia, but during the war her family ended up moving to Bosnia, and I am trying to help her find out more about the rules for Croatian citizenship.
    She was born in 1983 in Zagreb. And lived in Croatia until 1991. She was almost 9 years old when her family left Zagreb.
    In 2007 when she went to Zagreb to get her birth certificate, a person from the registration office told her that it was a mistake that the certificate stated Croatian citizenship and changed it to Bosnian when they’ve seen that now she had a Bosnian id (but in fact her family is Serbian).
    Having said that, I would much appreciate if you could help me help her by answering the following questions:
    Why did they change her nationality in her birth certificate? Could it have been a mistake or misunderstanding ?
    Is she entitled to apply for Croatian citizenship?
    Looking forward to hearing from you.
    Kind Regards,
    Roger.
    #440331

    Anonymous

    I would have consulted a lawyer in Croatia than asking random people on the Internet.But to keep the topic afloat

    >a person from the registration office told her that it was a mistake that the certificate stated Croatian citizenship

    Certificate of two countries I’ve seen didn’t state citizenships. My birth certificate of a socialist republic of Soviet Union states

    document number, country of issue, date of issue , issuing authority, place of issue. Registration details:
    Given name, Patrynomic, Surname
    Place of birth and date of birth
    Father’s name and his ethnicity
    Mother’s name and her ethnicity.

    In applying for citizenship relevant details in my birth certificate would be the place of birth and the date of birth. Of course, full name.

    I am assuming it was not much different for people born in Socialist Republic of Croatia before the break up of Yugoslavia.

    #440334

    Anonymous

    Thanks Sviatogor. It’s useful information.
    She will get in touch with a lawyer. But meanwhile would be great if we could find people that were in a similar situation, already did the citizenship and could share their experiences.

    #440358

    Anonymous

    mislim ono koji kurac ti takvu informaciju tražiš na slavorumu? jesi ti retardiran? a da pitaš na coolinarici?

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