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2015-10-30T17:23:49+08:00

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Jus soli is the principle in law according to which children's citizenship is determined by the place of their birth.

Example: As an unconditional basis for citizenship, Jus soli is the predominant rule in the U.S, but it is rare to another place.
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Jus soli is a noun. It is the principle that a person's nationality is based on the place of birth.

If jus soli was still followed by my country, I would probably have another nationality.
 
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