Dr. Ali Al Jasmi, Professor of Law at Emirates Canadian University College in Umm Al Quwain, released his new book entitled “UAE Citizenship Law”, which explains the updated provisions of law after it was amended in 2017. It is the first book to explain the citizenship law of the UAE.
The book is divided into two chapters: The first one is about the general rules, and it was written by Dr. Ahmed Abdel-Karim, whilet he second chapter explains the Nationality Law and that was issued by Dr. Ali Al-Jasmi, where Al Jesmi discussed the new and distinctive provisions of the Nationality Law.
The book addressed a detailed explanation of many issues regarding the Nationality Law, including, the proof of nationality by law, the conditions for granting UAE nationality, the acquisition of foreign women UAE nationality through marriage of an Emirati man, the children of Emirati female, and the administrative organization of nationality. He also referred to the revocation of citizenship.
HUmaid Al Shamsi, Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Emirates Canadian University College and Secretary-General of the Executive Council of Umm Al Quwain, praised the academic and practical interaction shown by Dr. Al Jasmi towards the legal aspects of the citizen of the country, showing the great value as a big Addition to the local library, and a strong push towards enriching, deepening and disseminating legal knowledge, inspired by the insightful thinking and idealistic vision of the wise leadership in achieving the happiness and welfare of the citizen.
Mr. Al Shamsi said, "We appreciate Dr. Al Jasmi's great efforts to produce this book, which reviews one of the most important laws in UAE society. The author explained the citizenship Law using an analytical documentary vision that contributed to the interpret many of the issues covered by the law.
It is worth mentioning that Dr. Ali Al Jasmi has published a number of books and articles that offer insight into the law using a new efficient and flexible innovative framework to ensure the promotion of the general legal culture, educational process and the expansion and diversification of knowledge resources. As well as to optimize the use of modern technology and activate its role to disseminate and enrich legal knowledge.