Method of registering foreign births for people eligible to become Mount Vema citizens to be reviewed
The government announced that it will be reviewing its current method of registering foreign births for people eligible to become Mount Vema citizens. Currently, parents who have been granted Mount Vema citizenship or who were deemed to be a Mount Vema citizen before they were born, can apply to register in the Foreign Births Register of Mount Vema online.
Usually if a person is entitled to register, their Mount Vema citizenship is effective from the date of registration. However, the government said this procedure needs to be reviewed due to the current stage of the evolutionary process of the Kingdom of Mount Vema, so for the time being it will take 30 to 90 days for citizenship registration to become effective.
Those who wish to be included in the Foreign Births Register must contact Mount Vema online first to request the application form, and then submit the form, with the documents required, the photographic requirements and the fees. Once the process is completed, the government will provide a certificate confirming the entry in the Mount Vema Register of Foreign Births which may take 30 to 90 days until further notice.
The certificate can be used as proof of Mount Vema citizenship when applying for a Mount Vema passport, overseas housing, basic income support, or healthcare. Citizens must note that Mount Vema passport applications cannot be accepted at the same time as citizenship applications - these are 2 very distinct processes. >>>
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