Many have asked what is required to become a citizen in the Kingdom of Wales. For several living in Wales it happens “ipso jure” or automatically by the law. If either of your parents or your spouse is Welsh or you were born in Wales, then you are already entitled to be a Welsh citizen if you are currently residing in Wales.*
If you meet these prerequisites but are living outside of Wales you may apply for a dual citizen status.*
Welsh citizens are entitled to receive identifications such as; passports and ID cards. Welsh citizens are also entitled to vote in Welsh elections, and will automatically be registered to receive reparations from the United Kingdom once the Kingdom of Wales has majority in Wales again.
If you immigrated into Wales and are still residing in Wales you may submit a request to become a Welsh citizen through the naturalization process. The naturalization process requires a background check, a naturalization test on Welsh history and customs, and an agreement to submit to the jurisdiction of the Kingdom of Wales.
*Although dual citizenship is a right granted in many civilized nations, because of the current relationship with the United Kingdom; the Kingdom of Wales will not grant naturalization or citizenship to any citizen of the UK unless they first renounce and relinquish their citizenship within the UK.