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Hello, I am Daniel Finkelstein and I am delighted to welcome you to the JHSE EU Passport Project Homepage. Below you will find a link to a set of questions which we invite you to answer. We recognise that many of you have experienced major dilemmas over whether and when to take out EU27 citizenship from your ancestors’ home country. This project is all about giving British Jews a voice in expressing those dilemmas. We welcome those thoughts and feelings. I’m right behind what I think is a great initiative and I look forward to seeing what the organisers can do. It seems to me really important. Looking forward to hearing from you, Daniel Finkelstein.

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FAQ

Ruvi Ziegler together with Simon Albert have initiated the EU passport project. You can contact Ruvi at the School of Law, University of Reading via email: r.ziegler@reading.ac.uk.

Anyone in or from Britain with Jewish ancestry through which they and/or their children are seeking an EU27 citizenship through their ancestry.

There is no strict deadline; it is relatively open-ended. Anytime by mid-to late-2020 would work.

The JHSE will hold all of the submissions and make them available to appropriate scholars and researchers in future for their professional purposes.

Yes, the JHSE will publish essays on them in the late 2020 annual edition of the JHSE journal, 'Transactions,' written by a range of thinkers

Yes, absolutely, we have taken advice from a senior specialist lawyer in the field who is personally committed to the project. He has drafted the relevant language which you can see on the website and he will continue to advise the project, as necessary.

Participate in the Study: Questions

    • Please note that there is no word limit on any answers, so please write as much or as little as you like; the more thoughtful, the better. If you wish to include any photos, you are welcome to attach these.
    • All questions are optional,Please feel free to answer only those questions with which you are most comfortable addressing.
  • What made you eligible for that nationality? Please explain your family history and when your family first came to the UK. Please provide any family photos you may wish to include.

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  • Privacy Note

    In providing you with my personal details and photos, I agree to you publishing them on the Jewish Historical Society of England's website and in its journal, 'Transactions,' associated with the EU Passport Project.

    This website is operated by the Jewish Historical Society of England, a registered charity (no. 217331) whose head office is at Unit 1, Chapelton Lodge, East Winch Road, Blackborough End, Kings Lynn, PE32 1SF.

    We are collecting your personal data only so that we can operate the EU Passport Project. We plan to use your data in aggregated form. We will only publish your personal data if you give us your specific consent.

    The Jewish Historical Society of England will hold your data in the United Kingdom, for so long as the EU Passport Project is available online.

    If you want to know what data we hold about you, please email us at info@jhse.org. You may ask us to correct or delete the personal data, to restrict processing concerning you or to object to our processing of it.

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