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(1)Every person who is a citizen of Sierra Leone under this Act shall, until he ceases so to be, have the status of a Commonwealth citizen.
Peru is also a country where I’m accustomed to the personalities, cultures, and the lifestyle.(4)A person shall be deemed not to have attained a given age until the commencement of the relevant anniversary of the day of his birth.Every person who, having been born in Sierra Leone before the nineteenth day of April, 1971, or who was resident in Sierra Leone on the eighteenth day of April, 1971, and not the subject of any other State shall, on the nineteenth day of April, 1971, be deemed tobe a citizen of Sierra Leone by birth: Provided that- (a)his father or his grandfather was born in Sierra Leone; and (b)he is a person of negro African descent; Every person born in Sierra Leone on or after the nineteenth day of April, 1971, in the circumstances set out in section 2, shall be deemed to be a citizen of Sierra Leone by birth.How long have you been in this country and how long do you plan to stay?3 years total, with a few months spent back in New York trying to figure out how to get back to Peru.I work for El Tulipan in Miraflores, which is a neighborhood of Lima, Peru. I don't have a work visa, like most English teachers in Peru. The type of school I work for is a school for learning many kinds of languages.I'm here as a "tourist" and get paid cash every Friday. I'm not able to save but I do break even with my living expenses.(1)Every person of negro African descent born in Sierra Leone after the eighteenth day of April, 1971, may on application being made by him in the manner prescribed, be granted a certificate of naturalization: Provided that a person shall not be granted a certificate by virtue of this section if at the time of his birth - (a)neither of his parents was a citizen of Sierra Leone and his father possessed such immunity from suit and legal process as is accorded to an envoy of a foreign sovereign power accredited to Sierra Leone; or (b)his father was an enemy alien and the birth occurred in a place then under occupation of the enemy.(2)Every person of full age and capacity, either of whose parents is a person of negro African descent who is resident in Sierra Leone and has been continuously so resident for a period of not less than eight years may, on application in the prescribed manner being made by him that he is qualified for naturalization under the Second Schedule, be granted a certificate of naturalization.(5)Any person who has acquired citizenship of Sierra Leone in accordance with the provisions of subsections (2), (3) and (4) or such person's wife and children who have acquired such citizenship by reason of that person himself having so acquired Sierra Leone Citizenship shall not hold the following public offices: (a)President of the State of Sierra Leone, (b)Member of any Commission established under the Sierra Leone Constitution, (c)Ambassador or Diplomatic Representative of Sierra Leone in any foreign country, (d)Member of the Army or Navy or Air Force or Police Force of Sierra Leone, (e)Permanent Secretary, Provincial Secretary, Secretary to the President, Secretary to the Vice-President, Secretary to the Prime Minister, Secretary to the Foreign Minister, the Financial Secretary, the Secretary to the Cabinet or the Establishment Secretary, (f)Member of Parliament or of a Local Authority: Provided that the restrictions specified under this subsection may be removed by Resolution passed by not less than two-thirds of the Members of Parliament on application being made by that person in the manner prescribed, after a period of twenty-five years of his acquiring Sierra Leone Citizenship.Notwithstanding anything in this Act contained, no person applying for citizenship under sections 7 and 8 shall be granted a certificate of naturalization unless- (a)he is of full age and capacity; and (b)he has renounced, in a manner satisfactory to the Minister, and other citizenship which he possesses; and (c)he has taken an oath of allegiance to the Republic in accordance with the First Schedule; (d)he has made and registered a declaration, satisfactory to the Minister, concerning residence and employment; and (e)he has paid such fees as may be prescribed: Provided that where a person cannot renounce the citizenship of the other country under the law of that country he may instead make a declaration concerning that other citizenship as will satisfy the Minister that the declarant intended to and has in fact properly renounced that citizenship.