jus soli

  1. the principle that a person's nationality at birth is determined by the place of birth
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  • Citizenship based on where a person is born, is called jus soli, which is Latin for "right of the soil. Thoughts Of A Conservative Christian
  • Most countries that have adopted the civil law system (e.g. Korea, Japan) follow this citizenship rule and do not have jus soli citizenship, nor does, for example, Saudi Arabia. The Volokh Conspiracy » “Congress Should Reapportion Representatives Only on the Basis of Citizen Populations”
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