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Luxembourg's Justice Minister wants feedback from Grand Duchy residents about dual citizenship, as part of a debate on the Nationality Act.
François Biltgen hopes to gauge public perception about the naturalisation test, which includes a language exam.
The Nationality Act, offering dual citizenship, came into force in Luxembourg in 2009. It allows applicants who wish to remain in the Grand Duchy the chance to retain their original nationality while also benefiting from closer integration into their host country.
Under the debate planned for this autumn, the minister wants the whole of civil society to be consulted before a revised bill is presented in December, this year. Among the questions he would like to put to residents will be about the importance of speaking Luxembourgish and what level of understanding should be required before nationality can be issued.