TWO British journalist have started a petition that asks the Spanish government to offer dual-citizenship to Brits who have lived in Spain for more than 10 years.
Journalists Giles Tremlett and William Chislett initiated the petition.
“We estimate there are around 25,000 Brits born Spain or who lived and worked here for more than 10 years (generally the required number of years for those seeking Spanish citizenship) might take up the offer. We want to be Spaniards, Europeans and British,” Tremlett and Chislett said.
As of this writing, 12,168 people have signed the petition, 2,832 short of its 15,000 signature goal.
You can sign the petition at this link: https://www.change.org/p/dual-nationality-for-brits-who-have-resided-in-spain-for-more-than-10-years
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