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Registration of children and eligible adults. Please note the language and LITUK requirements DO NOT apply to REGISTRATION (MN1, UKF, UKM, T), however, the good character requirement applies to adults and children aged 10 years and over.

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  • Registration of UK born children as British - forms MN1 and T

    Children born when neither parent had acquired PR status or been granted ILR before they were born will have to be registered to be British. After registration, they can apply for a British passport.

    Children born in the UK who were not born British will need to have settled or pre-settled status to continue living in the UK after the end of June 2021.

    You need to make an application under the EUSS for each child who is not a British citizen by the...
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  • Registration of children born abroad as British citizens

    Unlike children born in the UK, the fact that a parent later acquires PR or citizenship doesn't allow them to be deemed British from birth and they have no entitlement to register as British in the same way children born in the UK may be able to do.

    This document provides guidance on the registration of children under 18:

    MN1 Guidance

    On page 13, it says the following:



    Although the requirement to have held PR...
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  • Children of British parents - Forms UKF and UKM

    Form UKF

    Form UKF is used for children born before 1 July 2006 to British fathers and whose parents were, and continue to be, unmarried. If the parents got married after the child’s birth, the child should now be able to apply for a passport​ directly without having to register.

    Form UKF guidance

    Online UKF application form


    Form UKM

    Form UKM is used for people born before 1983 to British mothers.

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  • Referees for children - MN1 registration

    The requirements for referees for children to be registered are as follows:

    Each referee should know the child personally.
    One referee should be a professional who has engaged with the child in a professional capacity, such as a teacher, health visitor, social worker or minister of religion.
    The other referee must normally be the holder of a British citizen passport and either a professional person or over the age of 25.

    What happens if...
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