Do I Have To Pay To Become A Citizen? The answer is No! However all citizens are now required by law to give at least 10 hours National Voluntary Service to Scotia per year, to help support the development and growth of the micronation.
What Is The Currency Of The Principality of Scotia? The Scoti, however we also accept the Euro as currency.
Can I Become A Member Of The Prince's Council? Yes you can apply for appointment at the next available opportunity and date, which is in 2021.
What Is The Prince's Council? The Prince's Council is a unicameral non partisan body that supports the Sovereign Prince and acts as both an Executive and Advisory body in Scotia.
What Are The Country's Religious Views? The Principality of Scotia is a secular state with no religious affiliations whatsoever. The religious beliefs of Scotian Citizens are a Constitutionally guaranteed matter of personal choice, as long as that choice does not conflict with the Constitution or laws of Scotia.
What Are The Country's Political Views? Because Scotia is not a political party it does not endorse or promote a fixed political agenda. Political views are a Constitutionally guaranteed matter of personal choice, and the country embraces Citizens supporting a broad diversity of such views as long as the law of the land is adhered to. Politics in Scotia are non partisan (meaning no political parties and groups).
What Is The National Language Of Scotia? English is the national language used within Scotia and while its a requirement of citizenship, we encourage citizens to be multi-lingual.
Where Is Scotia? Scotia has claimed territory in the North West of Antarctica which was claimed on 28th April 1937, establishing the Principality of Scotia, by the Sovereign Prince's Grandfather, Prince William of Scotia (however Norway claimed the land along with the rest of the northern territory a few years later in 1939 as Queen Maud Land). We still strongly believe that the land claimed in 1937 belongs to Scotia.
How Many Citizens Does Scotia Have? As of 15th December 2018. There are 133 registered citizens of Scotia.
What are the National Symbols of Scotia?
The Flag (Blue Cross of St. Michael on a White background) - St. Michael is the Patron Saint of Scotia
The Coat of Arms and the Honours of Scotia (Crown, Mantle/Robe, Sword, Ring and Sceptre)
The Prince of Scotia (as Sovereign and Monarch), as well as the Princely Family of Scotia
Star of Scotia (The Sapphire)
Strawberry (National Fruit)
Unicorn (National Animal)
Penguin (National Bird)
Queen Scotia (The Warrior Queen - Mother of The Scoti, our ancestors which we are descended from and Mother of Scotia, being a symbol of our nation)
Flur-de-lis or Lilly (National Flower)
Saint Michael (Patron Saint of Scotia)
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