The Convention on the Nationality of Married Women is an international convention passed by the United Nations General Assembly in 1957.
Other articles related to "convention on the nationality of married women, nationality":
... Article 1 Woman's nationality not to be automatically affected by marriage to an alien ... Article 2 Acquisition or renunciation of a nationality by a husband not to prevent the wife's retention of her nationality ... Article 3 Specially privileged nationality procedures to be available for wives to take the nationality of their husbands ...
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