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Posted By Brisbanebrit

Citizenship by double descent

Hello all,

I hope everyone is safe and well.

I am hoping that someone will have some experience with citizenship by double descent and they could impart their knowledge.

My mother in law was...
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Posted By Brisbanebrit

Re: UKM double descent

Thanks BiP so is he not eligible at all?
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Posted By Brisbanebrit

UKM double descent

Hello all,

I am seeking some advice from those who have applied for UKM through double descent. We are just putting together our application now for my husband. I've had advice on here before that...
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Posted By Brisbanebrit

Re: Citizenship for Aussie with British father pre 1978

​​​​​​Just starting the application and it says was the applicant a British national at birth, is that yes, under the British subject proviso?
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Posted By Brisbanebrit

Re: Citizenship for Aussie with British father pre 1978

They were, but in Australia, though I don't suppose that matters, it's just that she wasn't illegitimate.

That's brilliant news, she is nervous about a long drawn out process having watched us...
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Posted By Brisbanebrit

Citizenship for Aussie with British father pre 1978

Hi All,

Many will know we've been through the wringer with my husband's spouse visa, we will shortly be looking into his application for UKM, but we have persuaded his mother to look into her...
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Posted By Brisbanebrit

Re: + 40 BD Priority from NZ

Congrats Micnz - see you on the flip side!
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Posted By Brisbanebrit

Re: MERGED: Spouse Visa Issues with Sheffield +Spouse Visa Chat Thread.

The letter is from Manila. And I've been assured by VFS that the stickers are put in in Sydney!
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Posted By Brisbanebrit

Re: + 40 BD Priority from NZ

Thank you, so relieved! Just got the easy part now, getting a three bedroomed house and 2 babies across to the other side of the world.

Yes we put 14 of September on the form. I think most people...
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Posted By Brisbanebrit

Re: Citizenship - mother and father both British by descent

So as you can see from the timeline we were too late to withdraw, but we are just super pleased to be going back. We will go for citizenship when we get back and if not, we will transfer to an...
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Posted By Brisbanebrit

Re: UK Spouse Visa STRICTLY TIMELINES ONLY - NO CHAT

Update:
Decision made: none
Email to collect documents from VFS: 22 august
Passport collected with approved visa: 23 August
vignette 14 sept - 14 October

48 working days of sheer hell.
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Posted By Brisbanebrit

Re: Citizenship - mother and father both British by descent

Thank you! My husband can't quite believe it, he keeps saying there must be a catch, I keep saying it's a gift, it's a gift like a lunatic. He's nervous about withdrawing the application for spouse...
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Posted By Brisbanebrit

Re: Citizenship - mother and father both British by descent

And finally, does it matter that his father could've registered him also being British by descent from his mother? Or he couldn't have been registered either because his mother couldn't have legally...
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Posted By Brisbanebrit

Re: Citizenship - mother and father both British by descent

That's ok Spouse of Scouse, it helps me learn too, to clarify then (I am stressed and sleep deprived) our difference is that the british citizenship was passed through my husband's maternal line but...
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Posted By Brisbanebrit

Re: Citizenship - mother and father both British by descent

Of course silly me.

I think we have all the full birth certs from the last ancestry application.What a game changer. Hurrah for the forum!
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Posted By Brisbanebrit

Re: Citizenship - mother and father both British by descent

We definitely will do. Just to wrap up then after reading the guidance and the article this is what we would be submitting:
1. Husband's birth cert
2. His mother's birth cert
3. His maternal...
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Posted By Brisbanebrit

Re: Citizenship - mother and father both British by descent

This has made my year! Thank you so so so much.
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Posted By Brisbanebrit

Re: Citizenship - mother and father both British by descent

Sorry re the naturalisation, I'm not even sure he had a British passport. I'm assuming yes but he was three when he came to AU, he probably travelled on his mother's.
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Posted By Brisbanebrit

Re: Citizenship - mother and father both British by descent

Wow, ok. I've just done a quick read, I've read you're off on holiday so I better get my question in quick!
I can see it says if his mother was British by descent then we need to supply his...
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Posted By Brisbanebrit

Re: Getting MP help when sponsor is not in the UK

With the cost of the FLR (M) Vs the ancestry we actually break even by cancelling and reapplying over the course of the 5 years plus we leave all the heartache of the FLR application.

He has two...
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Posted By Brisbanebrit

Re: Getting MP help when sponsor is not in the UK

Yes he does....that's very interesting to hear. We considered withdrawing, but seeing you type what you would do makes us think we should also trust our gut. I did say to hubby it's a good plan B,...
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Posted By Brisbanebrit

Citizenship - mother and father both British by descent

Hello all, thank you BiP for all your advice so far, thought I would start a fresh thread with a new enquiry, see if anyone has any ideas or similar experience.

My husband born 1978 in Au. Mother...
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Posted By Brisbanebrit

Re: Getting MP help when sponsor is not in the UK

I should add, to clear up confusion, I was with the same company as a contractor on back to back contracts for 3 years, I was made perm in the sept, mainly so I could access the paid maternity leave...
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Posted By Brisbanebrit

Re: Getting MP help when sponsor is not in the UK

The forum is a font of immigration knowledge. My reticence in utilising it earlier was born of the fact that I'm a little anti social media and online presence (that made proving our relationship fun...
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Posted By Brisbanebrit

Re: Getting MP help when sponsor is not in the UK

Thank you, I'm channeling my inner zen at the moment for the sake of my children, but the few days after I found out I was furious! I'm viewing it now as a second chance if our spouse visa doesn't...
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