Foreign citizens gaining Icelandic citizenship by country of birth, sex and age 1991-2016
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Unit
Number
Latest update
6/16/2017
Reference time
1991-2016
Creation date
6/9/2017
Matrix
MAN04120
Footnotes

Footnotes

The table shows the number of individuals gaining Icelandic citizenship according to articles 3, 4, 5, 5.a, 6, 9b and 11 of the law on Icelandic citizenship nr. 100/1952 with subsequent amendments. Only persons with domicile in Iceland are included in the figures.
Country of birth
Czech Republic
In 1993 Czechoslovakia was divided into two separate states Czech Republic and Slovakia. The background of individuals occuring in the table under the category Czechoslovakia after 1993 is not known.
Czech Republic and Slovakia, unspecified
In 1993 Czechoslovakia was divided into two separate states Czech Republic and Slovakia. The background of individuals occuring in the table under the category Czechoslovakia after 1993 is not known.
Slovenia
Until 1992 the following republics were part of Yugoslavia: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Slovenia, Serbia and Montenegro. In 1992 Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Slovenia were recognized as independent states. Between 1992 and 2003 Serbia and Montenegro were the only republics of Yugoslavia . From 2003 to June 2006 Serbia and Montenegro formed a loose federation of two republics called Serbia and Montenegro.During the period 1992-2003 individuals classified with citizenship in Yugoslavia in the table as a rule had citizenship in Serbia and Montenegro. However, there are examples of individuals with unknown background that could belong to other republics of former Yugoslavia (i.e. prior to 1992).
Slovakia
In 1993 Czechoslovakia was divided into two separate states Czech Republic and Slovakia. The background of individuals occuring in the table under the category Czechoslovakia after 1993 is not known.
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Until 1992 the following republics were part of Yugoslavia: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Slovenia, Serbia and Montenegro. In 1992 Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Slovenia were recognized as independent states. Between 1992 and 2003 Serbia and Montenegro were the only republics of Yugoslavia . From 2003 to June 2006 Serbia and Montenegro formed a loose federation of two republics called Serbia and Montenegro.During the period 1992-2003 individuals classified with citizenship in Yugoslavia in the table as a rule had citizenship in Serbia and Montenegro. However, there are examples of individuals with unknown background that could belong to other republics of former Yugoslavia (i.e. prior to 1992).
Serbia and Montenegro
Until 1992 the following republics were part of Yugoslavia: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Slovenia, Serbia and Montenegro. In 1992 Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Slovenia were recognized as independent states. Between 1992 and 2003 Serbia and Montenegro were the only republics of Yugoslavia . From 2003 to June 2006 Serbia and Montenegro formed a loose federation of two republics called Serbia and Montenegro.During the period 1992-2003 individuals classified with citizenship in Yugoslavia in the table as a rule had citizenship in Serbia and Montenegro. However, there are examples of individuals with unknown background that could belong to other republics of former Yugoslavia (i.e. prior to 1992).
Croatia
Until 1992 the following republics were part of Yugoslavia: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Slovenia, Serbia and Montenegro. In 1992 Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Slovenia were recognized as independent states. Between 1992 and 2003 Serbia and Montenegro were the only republics of Yugoslavia . From 2003 to June 2006 Serbia and Montenegro formed a loose federation of two republics called Serbia and Montenegro.During the period 1992-2003 individuals classified with citizenship in Yugoslavia in the table as a rule had citizenship in Serbia and Montenegro. However, there are examples of individuals with unknown background that could belong to other republics of former Yugoslavia (i.e. prior to 1992).
Montenegro
Until 1992 the following republics were part of Yugoslavia: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Slovenia, Serbia and Montenegro. In 1992 Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Slovenia were recognized as independent states. Between 1992 and 2003 Serbia and Montenegro were the only republics of Yugoslavia . From 2003 to June 2006 Serbia and Montenegro formed a loose federation of two republics called Serbia and Montenegro.During the period 1992-2003 individuals classified with citizenship in Yugoslavia in the table as a rule had citizenship in Serbia and Montenegro. However, there are examples of individuals with unknown background that could belong to other republics of former Yugoslavia (i.e. prior to 1992).
Macedonia (FYROM)
Until 1992 the following republics were part of Yugoslavia: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Slovenia, Serbia and Montenegro. In 1992 Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Slovenia were recognized as independent states. Between 1992 and 2003 Serbia and Montenegro were the only republics of Yugoslavia . From 2003 to June 2006 Serbia and Montenegro formed a loose federation of two republics called Serbia and Montenegro.During the period 1992-2003 individuals classified with citizenship in Yugoslavia in the table as a rule had citizenship in Serbia and Montenegro. However, there are examples of individuals with unknown background that could belong to other republics of former Yugoslavia (i.e. prior to 1992).
Serbia
Until 1992 the following republics were part of Yugoslavia: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Slovenia, Serbia and Montenegro. In 1992 Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Slovenia were recognized as independent states. Between 1992 and 2003 Serbia and Montenegro were the only republics of Yugoslavia . From 2003 to June 2006 Serbia and Montenegro formed a loose federation of two republics called Serbia and Montenegro.During the period 1992-2003 individuals classified with citizenship in Yugoslavia in the table as a rule had citizenship in Serbia and Montenegro. However, there are examples of individuals with unknown background that could belong to other republics of former Yugoslavia (i.e. prior to 1992).
Former Soviet Union
In 1991 the Soviet Union was divided into 15 independent republics. The background of individuals occuring in the table under the category Soviet Union after 1991 is not known.
Countries in former Yugoslavia, unspecified
Until 1992 the following republics were part of Yugoslavia: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Slovenia, Serbia and Montenegro. In 1992 Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Slovenia were recognized as independent states. Between 1992 and 2003 Serbia and Montenegro were the only republics of Yugoslavia . From 2003 to June 2006 Serbia and Montenegro formed a loose federation of two republics called Serbia and Montenegro.During the period 1992-2003 individuals classified with citizenship in Yugoslavia in the table as a rule had citizenship in Serbia and Montenegro. However, there are examples of individuals with unknown background that could belong to other republics of former Yugoslavia (i.e. prior to 1992).
Yugoslavia (Serbia and Montenegro)
Until 1992 the following republics were part of Yugoslavia: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Slovenia, Serbia and Montenegro. In 1992 Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Slovenia were recognized as independent states. Between 1992 and 2003 Serbia and Montenegro were the only republics of Yugoslavia . From 2003 to June 2006 Serbia and Montenegro formed a loose federation of two republics called Serbia and Montenegro.During the period 1992-2003 individuals classified with citizenship in Yugoslavia in the table as a rule had citizenship in Serbia and Montenegro. However, there are examples of individuals with unknown background that could belong to other republics of former Yugoslavia (i.e. prior to 1992).