Thank you for your question
My name is Clare
I shall do my best to help you but I need some further information first.
Have you had a DNA test?
So what evidence did you use when you applied for her passport?
Where was the child born and registered?
And when you applied for a passport for her they asked you for this other piece of information is that correct?
Are you aware that you are charged extra for a phone call?
Just for clarity - all you did was apply for a passport - nothing else?
Did you make the applictaion at the passport office here in the UK?
I suspect a colleague has accepted your phone request.
I am happy to continue this way if you like.
The way forward is relatively simple.
The starting point is to obtain a DNA test from a reputable firm in the UK
Once you have that re-apply and arrange a personal visit in the UK.
You are the biological father of the child and accordingly the child is entitled to a UK passport
Please ask if you need further details
If you are the biological father of the child then the child is entitled to British nationality
The starting point is the DNA test by one of the laboratories on the list
Look at page 3 of this
at the bottom it is quite clear.
Contact one of the companies and they will explain the process to you - it is perfectly possible to arrange it
That is why you need the DNA test - with that the fact that your partner is married to someone else is not relevant
That was because you did not have the DNA evidence
You are most welcome - I hope all goes well
You go ahead and have the test done in the presence of a lawyer who can swear an affidavit