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First time UK passport for dual UK/US daughter

Old Aug 28th 2012, 1:17 pm
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Default First time UK passport for dual UK/US daughter

For the countersignature part, does the person have to hold a current passport?? My IT manager does not have a US passport (I am here in the US).
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Old Aug 28th 2012, 2:32 pm
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If they aren't a Brit citizen, then no, they don't.
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Old Aug 28th 2012, 2:33 pm
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If they aren't a Brit citizen, then no, they don't.
My IT manager is a US citizen but doesn't hold a US passport.
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Default Re: First time UK passport for dual UK/US daughter

No passport required but I don't think your IT manager can countersign. The application notes list the acceptable professions for people who can countersign.

http://centralcontent.fco.gov.uk/res...m-c2-notes.pdf

See Note 6.
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If they aren't a Brit citizen, then no, they don't.
They don't need a passport even if they are a UK citizen.
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