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I doubt even they know.nemerkh wrote:When they talk about EU citizens residing in the Uk, do they mean those who qualified/posses a PR?
Under the UK Immigration Rules, children who have already spent 7 years in the UK lawfully can get FLR(FP) for another 2.5 years, renewable until they complete 10 years, after which they can apply for ILR in their own right.nemerkh wrote:We have 2 UK born children, eldest will be 9 in october, would that be used as a 7year rule adaptation status?
Yes. It is an lifelong entitlement (i.e. it can't be refused) under Section 1(4) of the British Nationality Act 1981, provided the child has not spent more than 90 days outside the UK in each of the first ten years of his/her life.nemerkh wrote:is it true that children get a british citizenship if they were born in the uk, and lived here continuously for 10 years?