There are two types of citizens: natural and legal.
Any person born in Uruguay acquires Uruguayan citizenship at birth.
Any natural child of an Uruguayan citizen is a natural citizen of Uruguay, wherever their birthplace is.
A legal citizen is someone who obtained citizenship after birth. In this case, a language examination is necessary in order to ensure the person knows Spanish. One can obtain the Uruguayan citizenship in three different ways:
After investing a large sum of money in Uruguay or making an important contribution to science, art, or industry of Uruguay and after 3 years of residence in the country.
A spouse of an Uruguayan citizen has the right of residence in Uruguay, and after five years of residence, it is possible for them to apply for citizenship.
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