Jus solis

Jus solis,

Definition of Jus solis:

  1. Legal rule that a persons citizenship is determined by his or her place of birth and not by the citizenship of his or her parents (by blood). This rule is followed mainly Canada and US both of which were built by immigrants. Other countries follow the jus sanguinis rule is instead.

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