On June 2-4, representatives of CiDA met with the Georgian migrants living in Thessaloniki and Athens, Greece. Meetings aimed to inform migrants about the ongoing project and to provide legal consultations. In the framework of the several meetings org . . .
Adults shall be granted Georgian citizenship under regular procedure if they meet the following requirements:
a) they have lawfully resided in Georgia for the last 5 consecutive years up to the day of applying for Georgian citizenship;
b) they know the official language of Georgia within the established limits;
c) they know the history of Georgia and basic principles of law within the established limits;
d) they have a job and/or real estate in Georgia, or carry on business on the territory of Georgia or hold an interest or shares in a Georgian enterprise.