Archived from the original on 10 March Many countries provide citizenship on preferential terms to individuals with ethnic ties to these countries so-called leges sanguinis :. Some countries extend this right on an equal basis to the mother. States offering jus sanguinis rights to ethnic citizens and their descendants include Italy , Greece , Turkey , Bulgaria , Lebanon , Armenia and Romania. Look up jus sanguinis in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Today, almost all states apply some combination of jus soli and jus sanguinis in their nationality laws to varying degrees,   one exception being the Vatican City State. Some modern European states which arose out of the dissolved Austro-Hungarian or Ottoman empires have huge numbers of ethnic populations outside of their new 'national' boundaries, as do most of the former Soviet states. Florence: European University Institute.
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