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  • Applying for a child's first British passport when parents have settled status

    A child born in the UK to a parent who was granted Indefinite Leave to Remain (ILR) before the child was born is British from birth and parents can apply directly for a British passport for the child.

    Some people who were granted ILR under the EU Settlement Scheme may have already been settled, this would be the case if they had acquired PR status under EU law, by exercising treaty rights for a continuous 5 year period years (such as by being a worker or a self-employed...
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  • Spanish nationals and surname certificates

    Recently, the Home Office have started allowing for different names in two different passports if the law of the country of origin is strict and does not allow for the same rules as the UK.

    See: Documents in various names.


    Surnames certificate

    In light of the above, the Spanish consulate now issues a certificate explaining this law in English so you can present it to the HO. There is a fee of £32.75 to pay for this service.
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  • Dual nationals and different names on British passport

    Dual nationals and different names on British passport

    Recently the Home Office have started allowing for different names in two different passports if the law of the country of origin is strict and does not allow for the same rules as the UK.

    Here’s the link to the policy (exception noted on page 7): Use of names in passports.




    Spanish nationals

    In light of this, the Spanish consulate now issues a certificate explaining this law in English so you can present it to the...
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  • Applying for your first British passport

    Applying for first adult passport.

    First child passport

    Passport applications are now handled without the need to attend an interview, as long as your identity can be confirmed using records already held by the Home Office. In some cases, you may still be required to attend an interview.

    You need to send your current passport and any uncancelled passports you may have. Consulates usually cancel passports by cutting corners, putting...
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  • Citizenship and British passport

    At the moment, you don't have to have a UK passport, it's up to you. You can travel with your original country's passport.

    Things may change after the end of June 2021, when having status becomes mandatory for EEA nationals.

    If a person is has a dual citizenship (UK and another EU member state) it is recommended that they apply for a British passport and they use the British passport to enter and exit the UK.

    *Dual citizens are advised to travel...
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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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  • British passport applications for UK born children

    If a child is born in the UK after at least one parent has acquired PR status, ILR or Settled Status, then they would be automatically British and all you need to do is apply for a British passport. You will need to send supporting documents, see the government documents below for full details:

    Treaty Rights Guidance

    Treaty Rights Policy

    If you fill in the online passport application, the counter signatory will be sent an email...
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  • Children born in the UK to a British parent

    Children are automatically British citizens if they were born in the UK after 1 January 1983 and one of their parents was a British citizen or settled here at that time, even if the other parent wasn’t. They don’t need to register, the can go ahead and apply for a British passport.
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