Spain Nationality two year possible for me?

nikad

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I said this topic few months ago but

http://www.mjusticia.gob.es/cs/Sate...-gestiones-personales/nacionalidad-residencia

If we see this page
  • Two years: for nationals of Latin American countries, Andorra, Philippines, Equatorial Guinea, Portugal or of Sephardic origin people.
There are no word like natural-born.
Can you guys think about it
Am I possible?(S.korean)
(Bajo,Plz help)
The term " Nacional " ( national ) equals to natural born in Argentina.

Nationality can be applied to the country where an individual has been born.Citizenship is a legal status, which means that an individual has been registered with the government in some country. ... No one will be able to change his nationality but one can have different citizenship.
 
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The term " Nacional " ( national ) equals to natural born in Argentina.

Nationality can be applied to the country where an individual has been born.Citizenship is a legal status, which means that an individual has been registered with the government in some country. ... No one will be able to change his nationality but one can have different citizenship.

Nationality can also be granted by decree or removed by decree...
 
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The term " Nacional " ( national ) equals to natural born in Argentina.

Nationality can be applied to the country where an individual has been born.Citizenship is a legal status, which means that an individual has been registered with the government in some country. ... No one will be able to change his nationality but one can have different citizenship.
In Korea case, Korean Nationality = Korean Citizenship.
And we don't write about born place in passport.
(And Korean citizenship is for only Korean parents' kid.No citizenship for foreign childern who born in Korea)

Or...your "Nationality" mean birth place?
(Sorry,When we transfer Nationality to Korean,we have different meanings)
 
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The term " Nacional " ( national ) equals to natural born in Argentina.

Nationality can be applied to the country where an individual has been born.Citizenship is a legal status, which means that an individual has been registered with the government in some country. ... No one will be able to change his nationality but one can have different citizenship.
This is a very good explanation of the Nuremberg laws of 1935.

In Argentina there is only citizenship.