The official English translation of the Constitution of the Republic of Bulgaria – some thoughts… We have repeatedly written about the contradictions between the Constitution of the Republic of Bulgaria (CRB) and the Bulgarian Citizenship Law (BCL). The most crucial flaw in our view is the fundamental provision of Art.
Israelis need our support – free assistance for Bulgarian citizenship by origin applications and visa D by origin The situation in Israel is horrible at the moment. Today, a second group of Bulgarian citizens was evacuated with the government aircraft. So far so good for the Bulgarians, as there are
More proposals for changes to the Bulgarian Citizenship Law in 2023? We recently wrote about the proposed changes by Kostadin Kostadinov and other MPs to the Bulgarian Citizenship Law (BCL). Today we will analyze the other proposed amendments to the BCL, namely the bills of: The proposed changes are not
What will change in the Bulgarian Citizenship Law in 2023-2024? Today, 21.09.2023, the Bulgarian Parliament voted several bills to amend and supplement the Bulgarian Citizenship Law (BCL). The MPs were surprisingly unanimous, which makes us think that the Bulgarian Citizenship Law changes will be adopted at the second reading. But
Bulgarian nationality in foreign passport (or birth certificate) We often receive questions like the one below: In my mother’s Ukrainian passport*, it is written that she is of Bulgarian nationality. Am eligible to obtain Bulgarian citizenship by origin? * many times “Bulgarian nationality” is mentioned in the birth certificate or
Bulgarian, Bulgarian citizen or Bulgarian origin. Who is which? How is Bulgarian origin proven? Who are the persons of Bulgarian origin? Proving of Bulgarian origin; is it possible through the court? We will try to answer these two questions today. Before continuing further, we recommend that you reading our article
Restoring your Bulgarian roots – from Turkish perspective Turks of Bulgarian roots arrived in Turkey in great numbers during the 20th Century. During the times of the Communist regime in Bulgaria, there were many suppressive attacks against minorities and religious organizations. This drove people to flee their homeland while leaving