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Table 4 Logistic regression of acquisition and interest, including nationality laws and procedures, standardised coefficients

From: Naturalisation in context: how nationality laws and procedures shape immigrants’ interest and ability to acquire nationality in six European countries

Model 2A 2B
Dep. Var. Acquired nationality Interest in nationality
Nationality Law 1.763 (.432)*** −.289 (.549)
Nationality Procedure 1.318 (.504)** 2.245 (.700)***
Age −.000 (.023) −.001 (.036)
Age Squared .000 (.000) −.000 (.000)
Ever Married (ref: no) −.015 (.117) .182 (.155)
Gender (ref: male) .238 (.092)** .039 (.127)
Education (years) .027 (.011)* −.040 (.014)**
Difficulty with income (ref: no) −.089 (.098) .426 (.136)**
Interest in voting (ref: no) .638 (.135)*** 1.058 (.136)***
Spouse of national (ref: no) 1.210 (.106)*** −.136 (.195)
Refugee (ref: no) .545 (.205)** .113 (.311)
Language level .727 (.083)*** .156 (.095)
Residence (years) .135 (.008)*** −.009 (.011)
Knowledge of migrant NGO (ref: no) .078 (.096) .155 (.132)
Origin country Dual nationality (ref: no) .042 (.156) 1.277 (.162)***
Origin country Geo distance −.077 (.015)*** −.014 (.021)
Origin country HDI .384 (.432) −3.449 (.597)***
Country dummies No No
No. of observations 4525 2501
  1. Source: Immigrant Citizens Survey (weighted sample)
  2. *p < .05; **p < .01; ***p < .001