Office of the Consulate and Intelligence Agency
Rules of Citizenship
Citizenship Aid and Resources
This document is a State-Sponsored policy for the Consulate and Intelligence Agency to allow for recorded and smooth immigration and integration into The Leagues, especially in light of the administration's new policies. The below sections will supply information to those unsure about The League policy or those seeking to gain citizenship. This document is subject to change at the discretion of the Consulate and Defence Administration in co-ordinance.
The Citizenship Application is a form of information that one must fill out to gain (or retain if requested) citizenship. In the spoiler below, the individual answered fields can be found.
Previous Nations in The League or The LCN (if applicable):
Preferred Time(s) for Interview (if necessary):
The application is to be telegrammed to the following people when submitted, preferably at once: Quebecshire, Eminople, Terranihil, The New Fandom Republic and Spode Humbled Minions. Following your application, you may be called in for your interview to complete proceedings if your application is approved.
When a citizenship application is documented, if it was done properly, the applicant will be reviewed. If it is deemed necessary, the Consulate and LCNIA may request to briefly interview them.
Below are listed rules formalized by the Consulate and Intelligence Agency regarding citizenship and immigration policy, mandated by Council of the Republic Law One.
Citizens possess rights and abilities superior to non-citizens, per the Constitution.
Leaving the region forfeits citizenship. Exceptions to this may be made if it can be reasonably proven that the departure was accidental, this is to Consulate and LCNIA discretion.
Those in high offices may not possess citizenship in foreign regions for non-officially sanctioned reasons. High offices are defined as Consul of the Republic, Council Delegate, Director of Foreign Affairs, Director of the Defense Administration, General of the Armed Forces, and Director of the Intelligence Agency. This does not apply simple residency or the placement of a puppet elsewhere, however, if there suspicion or ambiguity surrounding that placement, removal or clarification may be requested.
All citizens who are members of the World Assembly must endorse the Director of Foreign Affairs, per CRL#16.
These rules may be edited as deemed necessary by the Consulate and Intelligence Agency within the mandates of the Constitution and CRL#1.
For matters relating to questions about regional law or other rules, contact the Consuls of the Republic.
For matters relating to legislation, contact a Council Delegate.
For matters relating to regional security, contact the Consuls of the Republic and Director of the Defense Administration.
For matters relating to World Assembly proposals and resolutions or business with other regions, contact the Director of Foreign Affairs.
This is a formal State sanctioned document and abusing it or lying on the applications within it will be considered a fraudulent act against The League law which is punishable in the Court of the State.