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Latest Comments
  • Jassi
    Re: Deportation from the UK
    Hi m in this country since 2011 without visa and I m going to reporting Center since last two years I have five years old child born in…
    23 September 2018
  • Dave
    Re: Giving Birth to a Child in the UK
    Hi, my son was born in the UK 2015. Both my wife and I are not British Citizens. Is there a way for my child to apply for…
    22 September 2018
  • TJ.
    Re: EU Citizens Working in the UK
    @Cicilia - It would be easier for you if you just apply for a Permanent Residency card and British citizenship.
    22 September 2018
  • Cicilia
    Re: EU Citizens Working in the UK
    Hi, I am a EU citizen living in the UK. I have lived here for 11 years. Once Brexit comes into effect is it possible for me to…
    22 September 2018
  • TJ.
    Re: Giving Birth to a Child in the UK
    @Meena - Your child is not a British citizen if none of the parents are British citizens.
    22 September 2018
  • TJ.
    Re: Marrying a UK Citizen
    @Alex - You need to apply for a family visa as a Fiancee which will allow you to remain in the UK after you get married This can take up to…
    22 September 2018
  • Meena
    Re: Giving Birth to a Child in the UK
    Hi.. My Son Born In Uk On 2006 . He had Registered There Too. But had Not British passport. Can I Get For him A British…
    22 September 2018
  • Alex
    Re: Marrying a UK Citizen
    I'm 21 years old and engaged to a British citizen who is 22, I live in Australia, we have not met in person but have been in contact for…
    22 September 2018
  • TJ.
    Re: Registering a Child as a UK Citizen or National
    @toddc - You were born outside the UK so you are a British citizen by descent. That means that your child…
    21 September 2018
  • zubi
    Re: UK Immigration Rules: Visas and Overstayers
    Hi, i lived in uk for 6 years. I was on student visa and then my college got banned and i overstayed my visa.…
    21 September 2018
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