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Rolul dublei cetățenii în viața familiilor transnaționale – cazul Republicii Moldova

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The Role of Dual Citizenship in the Life of Transnational Families in the Republic of Moldova

The Republic of Moldova is a country with a high emigration rate.  The history of migration from the Republic of Moldova has a certain age and this influences the structure of transnational families lives which have their roots in this country. The migration of work force is not a new process but a common practice as during the soviet period and, as the recent studies show, with a high increase during the past 20 years. Today the society from the Republic of Moldova is divided between those who practice migration towards the Russian Federation – especially Moscow area – and those who leave for Romania. Those who choose Romania as their destination, face some challenges of transnational family life and this is the subject of this article. Sooner or later, their aim is to regain or obtain the Romanian citizenship – different processes but with the same finality. The article analyzes the way in which the Moldovan family life is modeled by regaining or obtaining the Romanian citizenship.

Keywords: family, transnational, migration, dual citizenship, Republic of Moldova

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