Hoping someone can help out here.
I am an aussie citizen holding an aussie passport but living in Norway with a permanent resident permit.
My wife and 2 ( 1 @ 3 years and 1 @ 5 months) daughters are are norwegian nationals.
We are seriously considering moving back to perth, as our newest daughter was born with some brain damage and could quite possibly be diagnosed with cerebral palsy down the track.
Our main reason for the move is get the best help for her. in norway they seem to throw money at problems in health care instead of concentrating on helping in the best possible way.
From my own research i have discovered that getting our daughter citizenship is not so straight forward given her " medical " condition and could be refused citizenship on the grounds that she would be a burden on the health system both finacially and in causing australians to have to wait for medical care they otherwise wouldn't have to wait for.
Has anybody ever heard of a case like this?
I feel that a refusal to grant her citizenship, given the fact that i'm a citizen, would border on discrimination.
Thanks for listening, looking forward to getting some feed back!