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Address2, Marine Street
605001 Pondicherry
India
Phonelocal: (0413) 223.1000
international: +91.413.223.1000
Faxlocal: (0413) 223.1001
international: +91.413.223.1001
Web sitehttp://ambafrance-in.org/-Pondichery,1501-

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SIVASANKARI
Sun, 31 Jul 2016 00:21 EDT
French Nationlity
Sir,
My mother born on 1956 in tamilnadu villupuram district this detailed are mentioned in big birth certificate, birth certificate in pondicherry only my grandma all are settled in pondicherry, is there any chance for my mother to get the french nationality if applied.
Regards
Sivasankari
Devarajou
Thu, 28 Jul 2016 18:33 EDT
Donc vous me dit qu'il n'y a pas le droit pour la anciens combattant de l'armee francaise qui ont perdu la nationalite francaise en vertu de l'article Franco indien traite. Vous connaissez de l'article 24-1 et cette article peut appliquer a qui?
C.Kichenamourty, advocate/translator francophone
Wed, 27 Jul 2016 23:02 EDT
Elango
Sir, Your mother has to prove that that her father made his declaration of option in CGF Pondichery to conserve his french nationality and inluded her name in that option. Yours sincerely
C. Kichenamourty, advocate, Pondicherry
Wed, 27 Jul 2016 22:53 EDT
Asokan
Sir,
Your brothers have shown the way to acquire french nationality by marriage. If you are unmarried, you can do so. Yours sincerely
C.Kichenamourty, advocate/translator francophone
Wed, 27 Jul 2016 22:45 EDT
Devaradjou
Monsieur, Si l'ncien combattant et son epouse sont nes dans l'Inde francaise et maries avant le 16.08.1962, ils auraient du faire la declaration d'option pour conserver la nationalie francaise. Si non, ils perdront la nationalite francaise et deviendront Indiens. Leurs enfants majeurs de 18 ans revolus a la date precitee et nes dans l'Inde francaise deviendront egalement indiens en cas de non option. Si c'est possible d'aller en France avec long sejour de visa, on pourra essayer de demander la reintegration dans la nationalite francaise perdue, De plus cette perte ne doit pas avoir l'effet d'un decret international de cession du territoire francais. vous pouvez essayer de demander la naturalisation en restant en France. Bien sincerement
Devarajou
Wed, 27 Jul 2016 14:40 EDT
J'attends pour votre reponse..
Devarajou
Tue, 26 Jul 2016 10:38 EDT
Estcequ'il y a la possibilite pour acquerir la nationalite francaise de la fils de la anciens combattant de l'armee francaise? Ces possible avec quelques conditions l'ancien combattant doit possède la carte de combattant son épouse et ses enfants peuvent faire la demande pour la nationalité mais pour déposer la demande il faut que vous résidé en France. C'est ca?
Asoka
Mon, 25 Jul 2016 02:36 EDT
French nationality
Sir

My own brothers all are get french nationality they are married french citizen girls and settled in france past 25years i am indian citizen can i get french nationality and apply based with my brothers nationality
Elango
Mon, 25 Jul 2016 02:25 EDT
French nationality
Sir,

My mother was born on 1956 in Pondicherry and my her father and mother was born in Pondicherry.my question is my mother can apply french nationality ple clear me.
C.Kichenamourty
Fri, 22 Jul 2016 20:00 EDT
Mukilan Dominique
Sir,
We cannot go on with piecemeal information without seeing the records and waste our time. If your paternal grand father did not opt, he will loose his french nationality and become Indian w.e.f 16.08.1962. Your father, if born in French India before 16.08.1962, will follow the condition of his father ie Indian. Yours sincerely

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