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However, suspicions have surfaced over the birthplace of Ecuadorian striker Byron Castillo (23).

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    Place of birth

    Place of birth(Shushochichi, Shusseichi,British: place of birth or British: birthplace) IsPeopleBirth place.Place of birth is in legal documentsPerson's nameandDate of BirthAlong with, it is often used to uniquely identify a person.As a place of birthCountry,StateDo you use市町村The practice of using is different from country to country, but it was born in your own country.PeopleFor, the municipality or state is used, and if born abroad, the country is often used.

    passportFor, when using the country as the place of birth, the place of birth at the present time, not at the time of birthsovereigntyIs used in principle[1]..The place of birth is not always the same as the place of residence of the newborn's parent.If the child is in a different placehospitalIf you are born in, the place of birth becomes the place of birth.In many countries, newborns are also required to register at their place of birth.

    In some countries, the place of birth is not so or at all important,IdentificationUses different geographic elements for its use.for exampleSwedenSince 1947födel sehemortThe concept is used.In this concept of the motherDomicileIs registered as the place of birth[2]..That is, the location of the maternity hospital and the location of the physical birth are not considered important.

    As wellSwitzerlandThen.place of originUse the concept of.A child born of a SwissNameThe child inherits the place of origin of the mother or father because it is automatically assigned the place of origin of the same parent.In the case of a child born between a Swiss and a foreigner, the place of origin of the Swiss parent is inherited.Swiss passportandID cardLists the place of origin, not the place of birth of the owner.Japan OfPermanent domicileIs a similar concept.

    mainlyAmericasIn some countries the place of birth is childCitizenshipTo decide (Place of birth, juice soli).In almost all countries except the Americas, nationality is determined based on the nationality of the parent rather than the place of birth (Pedigree, jus sanguinis).

    aircraftWithin orboatAt the innerwas bornThe child is complicated, and the laws of the countries concerned, that is, the country of registration / aircraft registration, the nationality of the parent,Territorial waters or airspaceIn the case of birth within the country, the place of birth is determined by the law of the country.

    Some administrative forms require the applicant's country of birth.In this case, it is important to confirm whether the place of birth is being asked or the nationality at birth.For example, at birth in a foreign countryUS citizenshipU.S. citizens who have obtained a nationality at birth米 国However, the place of birth is the actual place of birth.


    1. ^ Corn, Geoffrey S (2020). National Security Law and the Constitution. Wolters Kluwer. P. 179. ISBN 9781543810714 
    2. ^ "Newborn children are registered as born in the parish where the mother was registered at the time of delivery." Tables on the population of Sweden 2006, page 430978-91-618-1383-4


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