How to Become a Chinese Citizen?

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Under Article 7 of the Nationality Law of the PRC, foreigners can apply to become Chinese citizens if they: 1. have Chinese national close relatives, 2. have settled in a part of China or 3. have other legitimate reasons for citizenship. Reference link Nationality Law of the PRC. www.hklii.hk
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In order to become a Chinese citizen you have to meet one of these criteria: have close relatives that are Chinese citizens, have settled in China, or have another legitimate reason. If any of these criteria are met then an application can be submitted and the Ministry of Public Security will accept it or deny it. For more information look here: en.wikipedia.org;
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