|Ľudový_Parlament||Dátum: Nedeľa, 23.09.2012, 08:51:24 | Správa # 1|
|Máte možnosť vidieť v reálnom čase, čo sa na zobrazenom mieste deje, aké je tam práve počasie. |
Ak máte mobilné pripojenie, tak môžete vidieť aj sami seba.
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|Volič/ka||Dátum: Sobota, 14.03.2015, 04:18:23 | Správa # 2|
|I believe that Slovakia has a siamilr laws as the Czech since they inherited the same judicial system, and I can tell you that you will not be able to obtain citizenship at preferable terms. Czechoslovakia automatically nullified citizenship or rights when their citizen became Canadian or American. Anyone who left between 1949-1989 was almost always striped of their citizenship regardless if they had not yet obtained citizenship of another country. After 1989 some revision and reply of their former citizen became possible, but it is not universal and vary on the time frame the citizen had left, their ethnicity (Israeli citizen are almost automatically renewed) and the country they were living. Czechoslovakia did not care for ancestry, and present two states pretty much follow the same rule. You still have to go through process as anyone else, where hardest would be obtaining residency status. Even if my children born outside CZ or SK, they are not automatically citizen due their residency would be outside of the country. However, obtaining working visa or business permit will be easy. If EU will decide to include Canada in free movement of people (even for non EU states like it had with Norway and Swiss), your chance to live in CZ/SK would be great.