Applications for Rhodesian Citizenship and Passports now also possible on weekends
Since the 40 years of abstinence from the world stage are now over and Rhodesia is once again perceived as a player in world affairs, the applications for naturalization have been piling up higher and higher. The conservative government of Prime Minister Mathilda Born, in office since early July, has therefore agreed with President James W. Scott on an immediate and drastic expansion of citizenship offices.
New locations in New York, Frankfurt and Singapore were staffed and work was switched to a three-shift system seven days a week.
Any applicant for a Rhodesian passport can thus reach the authorities even on weekends.
866 UN Plaza
10017 New York City
Read about the astonishing history of Rhodesia and what happened since 1980 in the shadows at www.government-of-rhodesia.org
The Rhodesian Citizenship Law allows every person with good intentions to apply for citizenship free of any cost.
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