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in the 1970 he was granted citizenship as naturalised person/resident. He has lived here ever since and holds a British Passport
he was naturalised in the UK he came here at age 11
they are not married. Are you saying that they both do not have to register or that the 2004 needs to register and the 2009 can just apply for a passport.
thank you I think I'm getting it. So as they were married by the time the second child was born that child is fine and can just apply for a British passport.
The first child needs to register as British. But you also say the subsequent marriage might legitimate the first child; how would we know if this is the case? Would we just apply for the passport and see if it is granted?
hi does it matter that they are now divorced? and what evidence other than marriage /birth certificate should we submit?
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