Q: What does dual citizenship mean?
Dual citizenship simply means that you can live in your home country or in Newfredland at any time and are recognized as a citizen in good standing of both. When in either country, you still must respect their laws and customs.
Q: Are the royals of Newfredland actually royalty?
Yes, Lord Frederick has traced his lineage through DNA and historical records, directly to the high kings of Tara (County Meath) in Ireland, in which his family holds claim over the castle there. Both he and Samantha are recognized as Lord and Lady of the small town of Ardmore, and the first King and Queen of Newfredland.
The royal family currently lives in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, as they await the building of their permanent palace in Michigan.
Q: I have a criminal record in my past, can I become a citizen?
This is on a crime-to-crime basis, in which we look at many factors of the individual and the crime they committed. That being said, if you’re a smooth criminal (MJ reference…jamone) you’re in, but we hold a few offenses as irreprehensible and immediately blackball those who have committed them. These are;
- Animal cruelty
All other offenses will still be held in consideration for citizenship, without prejudice. People change, and we’re hopeful that every individual who has committed a wrong changes their ways and perceptions. We do not judge others but must ensure the safety of each and every citizen of Newfredland.