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CITIZENSHIP UNDER

INDIAN CONSTITUTION
VIS-À-VIS CITIZENSHIP
ACT, 1955.
Presented by-
Rohit Meena
Roll no.-14135
INTRODUCTION
CERTAIN RIGHTS HAVE BEEN
CONFERRED ON CITIZENS ONLY SUCH
AS RIGHT TO VOTE, CERTAIN FR’S.

DIFFERENCE BETWEEN NATIONALITY


AND CITIZENSHIP.

DIFFERENT MODES OF ACQUIRING


CITIZENSHIP.
DIFFERENT BENEFITS
OF BEING A CITIZEN ARTICLE 15,16, 19, 29
AND 30.

OFFICE OF PRESIDENT
(ARTICLE 52).

OFFICE OF VICE-
PRESIDENT (ARTICLE 67).

RIGHT TO VOTE (ARTICLE


326).
CITIZENSHIP UNDER
INDIAN
CONSTITUTION

CITIZENSHIP BY RIGHTS OF A PERSON


BIRTH OR DOMICILE RESIDING OUTSIDE
(Art. 5). INDIA- Art. 8 & 9.

CITIZENSHIP BY Article 7- Re-migration


MIGRATOIN (Art. 6)- to India- 1st March
19th july, 1948. 1947 to 19th July, 1948.
CITIZENSHP BY BIRTH-
Sec. 3-
1st july, 1987 to 3rd
December, 2004.

CITIZENSHIP BY OVERSEAS CITIZENSHIP-


DECENT- Sec.4 6 YEARS OCI AND 1 YEAR
10th december 1994 to 3rd IN INDIA- REGISTRATION
december, 2004.
CITIZENSHIP UNDER Sec. 5 TO BE
UNDER DONE.
CITIZENSHIP
ACT, 1955.

CITIZENSHIP BY
CITIZENSHIP BY
NATURALISATION –
REGISTRATION- Sec.5
Sec.6
7 years before making the
application. Foreigner residing in India
for 12 years.
Sec. 8 of Deprivation of
Citizenship Act, Citizenship- Sec.
1955- 10
Renunciation of Government has
citizenship by the the power to
person. RENUNCIATIO- terminate.
N AND
TERMINATION
OF
CITIZENSHIIP.

Termination of
Citizenship- Sec.
9
Acquiring the
citizenship of
another country.