Here is a cut and paste from that thread:On August 13, 2020 (in the "Citizenship timeline" thread), Bajo_cero2 posted:
"An internation passport is granted only with full citizenship."
You can read the full thread here:
Hello, What is the expected time needed to get the citizenship from the moment you arrive to the time you get naturalized? and what is the best visa for a day trader to enter the country on for this case? how to reach out to lawyers and how much can the one expect to pay in lawyer fees?baexpats.org
PS: I'm not certain if "second class citizinship" is granted by the courts or it's acutally permanent residency which is granted by migraciones.
Second Class citizenship is an euphemism used in the US to describe the status of former slave after emancipation before full enfranchisement. They were Americans but the couldn't vote plus they suffer oppression.
Here you have full civil rights and those who are not recognized can be enforced at Court like the right to re enter the country.
You can go for full citizenship as an inhabitant (expat) or as a legal resident.
I am confused after having read the whole thread, post by post. This "Second Class Citizenship" thing doesn't seem to exist in Argentina. I think the reference is to a permanent resident status being similar in nature to what American slaves went through after emancipation. As in they had no right to vote! Am I right or am I wrong about this???