NM Advokati have successfully implemented the procedure for obtaining Croatian citizenship of a client who lives in the territory of a Member State of the European Union and who has Serbian citizenship (Croatian citizenship). The client has submitted the application for Croatian citizenship (applying for citizenship) through the Embassy of the Republic of Croatia in Belgrade, 82/1 Kneza Miloša Street (see: reconstruction of Kneza Miloša) (Embassy of the Republic of Croatia (Embassy of Croatia), law office for work with embassies).
After the power of attorney (giving the power of attorney to the lawyer), NM Advokati law office took over all operations in accordance with the Law on Citizenship of the Republic of Croatia (legal representation) and thus enabled the client (client), who did not reside in the territory of the Republic of Serbia until the documentation was submitted (representation abroad), to meet the legal requirements and to apply for Croatian citizenship.
The citizenship application itself is processed by the competent bodies of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Croatia in Zagreb (Ministry of Internal Affairs lawyer), which brings the final decision on the fulfillment of the conditions for registration in the register of citizens of the Republic of Croatia. The case is filed with the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Croatia, at 33 Grada Vukovara Street, Zagreb (citizenship lawyer, Zagreb lawyer).
If amendments are required, they shall be submitted in accordance with the procedure governing the administrative procedure (lawyer in Zagreb), followed by the competent authorities in the Republic of Croatia (Croatia lawyer). Through the Zagreb office and in accordance with the deadline, NM Advokati Regional submitted all required supplements to the documentation for the client, who thus met all the required legal requirements.
The applicable Law on Citizenship of the Republic of Croatia was applied in solving this issue of obtaining citizenship of the Republic of Croatia, while the amendments to the Law will enter into force on January 01, 2020. (Croatian Parliament – Powers).