“70% of the nationalized people achieved this status by marriage with a Peruvian; while 25%, for being the son of a Peruvian born abroad; and 4%, by naturalization” El Peruano explained.
Del Águila gave these figures after the ceremony of nationalization of 15 foreign citizens at the headquarters of Migrations, on the occasion of the International Migrant’s Day.
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