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Regardless of her UK immigration status, she is still a citizen of the country from where she came! You asked whether the child was 'British or nothing'! That's why I mentioned the mother's nationality.troubled wrote:The child was not born to the eea member but another woman whose immigration status is yet be regularised. So the child cannot acquire the status of the mother so far his UK immigration status is conerned
With the father's PR in question, the child's British nationality hangs 'in question' too! The best is for the dad to sort out his PR issue, then yes, the child's British passport may be applied for.troubled wrote:I am interested in the child being registered as british citizen.You might have misunderstood my question.I should have been more clearer.
The child`s father won his appeal,issued with PR so he intends to register the child.nanaaddo80 wrote:Hi Troubled,
Has the chids fathers appea been heard and if yes what was outcome.What about the child too........?