Registration as a British Citizen from Mother’s birth in the UK or Former Colony
If a person born before 1 January 1983 outside the UK and his/her mother was born in the UK or a former colony that person can acquire British citizenship by registration or obtain “Right of Abode” stamp in your passport. For registration, Good character requirements applies as long as Secretary of state is satisfied that applicant is a person of a good character.
Before 1 January 1983 British citizenship could not be passed on through female line. Children born before 1983 can now acquire British citizenship by registration application to the Home Office. British Citizenship may also acquire if one of the grandparent was born in the UK and either was born in a former colony.
Why Solution Visas?
Should you ask us to prepare your application, your entire case will be handled personally by our Immigration and Nationality adviser
We carefully check that you qualify according to the guidelines of Home office so that you do not lose the non-refundable Home Office fee
We carefully prepare your application along with the letter of representation demonstrating that your application fulfils the criteria
To check your eligibility call us on Tel: 020 7859 4527 | Skype:Solutionvisas | firstname.lastname@example.org alternatively, fill out our Free initial assessment form and we will get in touch with you on how to apply for British citizenship or Right of Abode
We are authorised to provide advice at Level 1 by the Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner (OISC) regulates immigration advisers in the UK. OISC Reg. no. F201400825.