Greece Naturalization and Citizenship
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- Rights to engage in business in a city
- Protections under the law
- Permission to reside in a city without being expelled
Citizenship records include information about the citizen, including names, ages, social and economic status, occupation and training, and, sometimes, birthplaces and relationships. The original citizenship books are generally kept by the city and may be found in city archives or city halls. Citizenship records from the GAK in Athens have been filmed:
- Naturalization of Immigrants and Surname 'Changes 1844–1899'
Naturalization records in the United States may be an excellent source for determining the specific town or city where your ancestor was born, especially records after 1906. (See United States Naturalization and Citizenship).