What identification does a Bangladeshi without a British passport but living in the UK need to marry British girl?
If you are living legally in the UK, your passport should be sufficient identification.
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What are the requirements for a British Citizen to marry an American Citizen with the intention of living in the UK?
You will need to obtain a Fiance visa for the partner who intends to move to the UK. To do this, I would suggest going to the Embassy and obtaining the correct forms. It usually takes anywhere from 3-9 months for the visa to go through the correct channels, but it is worth it in the end. You will ne…ed to show intent to marry. If you have a date set, that will help immensely. (MORE)
As a British Citizen by descent how may I obtain British Citizenship for my children without living in the UK?
Answer . Short answer: you probably can't (unless you meet special circumstances such as "working for the crown" or "they can't get any other citizenship").. They do get some benefits through you, however: it may be easier for them to get a Visa, and they may be able to apply for citizenship aft…er living in the UK for only 3 years instead of 5 years. . Apply for a British passport for your children.. http://www.britishembassy.gov.uk, choose the nearest embassy or consulate then once its information is displayed, click on the link to take you to its website. There should be a link available allowing you to make passport applications. (MORE)
No, you can only obtain a British passport if you have British citizenship. If this does not apply to you then there may be possibilities of gaining citizenship but this will involve living legally in the UK for a period of time.
You want to marry a woman whose passport is issued in Hong Kong and has a British national overseas status you are British by birth and have a British passport?
We have a registered member successfully getting married within the UK with BNO status. . Please refer to . http://www.britishhongkong.net/cgi-bin/YaBB.pl?board=general .
You need to be a British national to be eligible for a British passport. If you are an alien and seeking refuge from the country you are a citizen of, you may be able to get a passport as a 'British protected person'
Only if you marry a British person! And you'd have to be married and living here for 3 years before you'd be "naturalised"
That depends on where you want to travel. British passport does not need a visa to visit the British Virgin Isles, or Canada, or the USA, or Mexico... and many other places.. What country are you interested in? Answer that, and we might be able to help you with more details. Have fun! ;-)
It does not matter what citizenship your spouse is. If you hold a Thai passport, you will need to apply for a visa at the Embassy of Sweden to enter Sweden.
Scottish people are also British and hold a British passport. . Those flying from elsewhere in Britain shouldn't require a passport, but they will probably need some form of photographic ID and since children can't drive then a passport is probably the only other form they'll have. It's always best… to check with your airline before you travel as the rules can vary.. (MORE)
Can a South African living in South Africa and married to a British citizen apply for a British Passport?
Rules may differ according to person. Please email PTA.PassportEnquiries@fco.gov.uk or phone +27124217801. Alternatively click on the related link below for more information.
The British spouse would have to apply for the U.S. spouse/partner to have a residence permit ("leave to remain in the U.K.") and then they would have to take up residence in the U.K. for 3 years continuously. (Actually, for 9 months for each of those years). Then the non- E.E.A. partner can apply f…or naturalization. This is similar to a non-U.S. person obtaining a Green card and the couple living stateside.. Perhaps the non-British partner might qualify for a British passport by descent, say if a parent or grand-parent was born in U.K. or a Colony or former Colony, etc. Children of U.S. servicemen and diplomatic personnel born in U.K. do not qualify.. A claim to nationality of most of the European Union and European Economic Area countries can also be used to establish work and residence status in the U.K.. which also open up the possibility of naturalization if so desired after the same time period.. Check out an official Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) website for the British position. (MORE)
No!! . Tell the American goodbye!! . You (and him-but mor u) would b better off!! .
No not if you're not going to live there. I'm pretty sure that you can stay in America for 90 days without a Visa.
in Ghana we have have ten regions so depending on which region you want to marry from,you have a defrent costomary marriage rights to perform.
How long do you have to wait to get your British passport you are Gambian married to a British lady?
There is no guarantee of a British passport. The process is long and not easy. Firstly you need to get a 'spouse visa' or 'leave to enter' the UK. After 2 years in the UK you can apply for settlement (indefinite leave to remain) if you are still married and living with your wife. If your applic…ation is successful, you get permission to live and work here for 27 months. This is called your probationary period. At the end of the 27 months, you may be able to apply for permission to settle permanently in the UK (known as 'indefinite leave to remain') as the settled person's husband. You may get permission to live permanently in the UK as soon as you arrive, if: . you and your partner married or formed a civil partnership at least four years ago; . you have spent those four years living together outside the UK; . you are both coming to the UK to settle here together; and . you have sufficient knowledge of the English language and life in the UK. (You do not need to meet this last requirement if you are aged 65 or over.) If you successfully complete the probationary period you can apply for citizenship if you meet the following conditions: If you meet the requirements for naturalisation you should go to the applying for naturalisation as a British citizen section (UK Border Agency) for details on how to apply. There are seven requirements you need to meet before you apply: . you are aged 18 or over; and . you are of sound mind; and . you can communicate in English, Welsh or Scottish Gaelic to an acceptable degree; and . you have sufficient knowledge of life in the United Kingdom; and . you are of good character; and . you are the husband, wife or civil partner of a British citizen; and . you meet the residential requirements; or . your husband, wife or civil partner is in Crown or designated service outside the United Kingdom. The residential requirements are complicated but basically you need to prove you have lived in the UK for the majority of your time and haven't left the UK for more than 270 days in the previous 3 years or 90 days in the previous year. If you get citizenship, then you apply for a passport. It would take more than 5 years in all if it all goes smoothly and it's very very expensive! Good luck (MORE)
Would an American be able to obtain a visa to live and work in any EU country with a British boyfriend or would they need to be engaged or married and have dual US-UK citizenship?
The American would have to obtain a work visa in the particular EU country of choice in order to work. The popular VISA WAIVER program only allows for a 3-month tourist (no work is allowed). Once the American girlfriend obtains citizenship in an EU country (UK might be the best bet), then both sh…e and boyfriend may live and work in any EU country without restriction. (MORE)
British passport holders automatically get 30 days free via when entering Sri Lanka. If you stay ijn Sri Lanka for more than 30 days you need to pay a fee for the time beyond 30 days. So, as long as you are not in Sri Lanka for more than 30 days you do not need to do anything and do not need a visa …to enter the country. (MORE)
You do need a passport to enter Holland from abroad, however it does not have to be British. Check a Dutch government website for more information on visa restrictions for other countries. As Holland is part of the EU, any other European passport holder can enter freely.
No, of course not. All Schengen Area countries are members of the European Union or EEA. The UK is also a member of the European Union and no visas are required for travel within the EU or EEA. British travelers DO need a passport though.\n. \nA Schengen Visa is a visa which allows the holder to… visit any country which is part of the Schengen Agreement.\n. \nAustria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland are the present Schengen countries (as of May 2009). Liechtenstein is expected to fully sign-up later this year. Also there are no border controls between San Marino, Vatican City and Italy or between Monaco and France.\n. \nSeparate visas are still needed for visits to the United Kingdom, Ireland, Romania, Bulgaria, Cyprus and other European countries.\n. \nSchengen countries are those where border controls have been abolished so there are no longer any passport checks on borders and it's often difficult to know if you've actually crossed a border. Note that there are still customs checks between Schengen countries where one is an EU member (for example, Sweden) and the other is not part of the EU (for example, Norway).\n. \nAll Schengen countries require people to carry some form of ID with them (whether they are a visitor or a national or resident of that country).\n. \nTo apply for a Schengen visa you should apply to the embassy of the first country you intend to visit. If you plan to visit Italy, France and Spain (in that order) then you only need to apply to the Italian embassy and your visa is good for France and Spain too.\n. \nEuropean Union and EEA citizens don't need any visas to travel within the EU or Schengen countries. Croatians don't need any kind of visa for travel in Italy, Slovenia or Hungary but do need a visa if they intend to go elsewhere in the EU. Americans and Canadians may need a visa for some EU countries. (MORE)
You are a Bangladeshi citizen but you want to be a British citizen How can you be a British citizen?
You will have to live legally in the UK for certain amount to be able to apply for British Citizenship. If you are married to a British citizen and live in the UK for three years you can apply for British citizenship. If you are highly skilled worker you will have to live for five years to apply for… citizenship and so on. Simple answer would be at least five years. (MORE)
Only if you are British or Northern Irish, otherwise you need your EU ID card or the passport of your country.
No, as long as you have applied for ESTA (at https:// esta .cbp.dhs.gov/) and your stay is for a maximum of 90 days for pleasure/business. Work is NOT permitted without a visa.. Note: your British passport MUST state your nationality as BRITISH CITIZEN for you to qualify for ESTA.
What kind of conditions are need to marry a British citizen female with a foreigner has not permitted in UK?
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If your Mother was born in the UK and had a British Passport but married a South African and lived in SA can you still apply for a Passport?
Yes, you are eligible for British citizenship. Dual nationality is recognise by the United Kingdom. You should contact the British High Commission in South Africa to apply for a British passport.
I have to get a new Btitish passport as soon as possible as my cousin died last Friday and his mother is alone and need's my help desperately. She is 93 and is legally dlind and very scared.. I contacted the British Consulate and was told that because I have lost my original [blue] passport, i woul…d have to get a new one and it would be treated as a first time applicant-- it would also take 4-5 week's to issue.. Please help me with this problem Mr Schumer- I know there are more important issue's on your agenda, but I really need your help!. Thank you so much Jean Lewis. 312 Harrison Ave. Miller Place N.Y. 11764. tel: 631-228-4858 (MORE)
Can you qualify for a British passport if your mother is a British passport holder born in Zimbabwe and your grandfather is a British passport holder born in the UK?
Call the responsible authorities and ask. If you are in countries other than the UK, contact the nearest British High Commission. Answer It depends on individual circumstances. Ancestry is unlikely to be a decisive factor if you are substantially Zimbabwean. You may have to live in the UK for a… few years first then apply to become a British Nationalised Citizen. (MORE)
\nYou need to follow the local laws regarding marriage license application. Go to the Town Registrar for details.\nIt varies, but generally it requires a party to reside in a place where the license is issued for the marriage for 30 days. There are other circumstances that allow variations.\n. \nTh…e quickest means for getting married-with a proper license in the UK, is to elope to Gretna Green. There the marriage could proceed almost immediately.\n. \nThe only other places where a marriage could be agreed quicker are Las Vegas, NV and Elko, NV. These marriages would still be legally recognized by the British government. (MORE)
I am non EU passport holder and I'm going to marry a UK resident with British passport I want to know how long does it will take to get british passport once I'm married?
Well you will need first to apply an Entry Clearance (EC) visa by filling Vaf 4 form and you must include all supporting documents such as you marriage certificate, you and your spouse's passport, prood of your spouse tenancy agreement in the UK and employment status. Once you fulfill all the criter…ia of the EC Visa you will gain a two year propasionary visa which you will need to apply a Permenant Visa or some times called Indifinete Leave to Remain Visa with in the UK within 28 days before your 2 years propesionary visa expires and you will need to do Life in the UK test and will further need to keep at least 6 documentary evidence showing that you and your spouse receive letter in the same address for the past two years such us banking statement, council tax bills, BT bill, employment letter and any other letters that proofs this. Once your granted the Permenant Residence Visa you can apply UK Nationality after your in the UK for a minimum three years as your already married to a UK citizen and you will not need to do the the Life in the UK test. I hope that this is sufficient. Disclaimer I am not advising you on this matter but rather giving you my opinion of it and Please verify all the necessary information with your legal advisor or UK embassy. If you need further help please do not hesitate to Contact Cohesion Legal Services Centre at email@example.com.UK (MORE)
You live in the US have a British passport which has only 3 months left on it is it safe to visit the UK with this passport?
You can enter the country which its passport you own even if there is 1 day left on it. Other countries: no you cannot use this passport. Now, either apply for a new one while in the UK or before you go to the UK, apply for one at the nearest British High Commission.
As long as you like. Remember to renew your passport every 10 years and register your presence, where ever you are, with the local british Embassy.
Depends init. Probably not. But why would a British girl want to live in the UEA when she can live in Britain ??? (:
What do you need as a British passport holder living in Canada to cross the border from Canada to America?
You need your passport and your driving licence. Im a Brit living in Canada and I've gone across with just that. just a word of advice that the American border patrol might ask you a few questions.
NO - its contents have also expired. If you are a UK Citizan you will have a National Insurance Number (NI Number) This will be one of the first requirements an employer must ask for BEFORE accepting you for employment. A British Citizan offering a passport does so as a form of identification. A UK …driving licence with your picture on can also act as a form of identification. (MORE)
Can British citizen with green card married to US citizen who wants divorce win right in divorce to take her 2 daughters with dual citizenship and dual passports to UK to live?
Unfortunately, the answer is yes, but she'd have to convince a court of law to grant her that right.
Your passport runs out on the date stamped on the identification page. Your return travel date must therefore be before that date. Most EU countries no longer have passport controls on their borders - the controls are only at the borders of the EU itself. Being an island, however, the UK does. So …you will discover that you can travel freely and without needing to show your passport, until you return through UK border controls. It is, nevertheless, always advisable to carry your passport as it's the UK's form of accepted identity in other countries. (MORE)
if you have a current valid British passport you are recognised asa British citizen, therefore you do not need a visa to work in theUK. You can also get the full information from Visa Simple ,that provides bespoke support to their clients and customers.
No, but the security regulations require that all passengers on all flights have to show photo ID, and a passport is an acceptable form of photo ID. As is the card half of the drivng license.
She can obtain a British passport by becoming a British citizen, or she can just hold on to her Candian passport.
Contact the nearest British high commission or consulate general closest to where you live. You have to apply for them in person.
There is a distinct difference between a British Citizen and a British Subject. A British Citizen has free access to all parts of the UK. A British Subject may not. If you are a British Subject, you should check with the British Embassy in your country of residence. Incidentally, a British Citizen d…oesn't need a visa to visit the US but a British subject does. (MORE)
Ofcourse you need.If you want to go some special place,such asTibet,a Tibet permission is also needed.
Of course you do ! To enter or leave ANY country legally - you have to be able to prove who you are - which is the primary function of a passport !
British subjects do not need a passport to enter Ireland if they are arriving directly from the United Kingdom, but you may need your passport for your airline, travel company etc and should check beforehand
I am from Canada How long before i can work in England if i marry a British woman
You do not need a passport from UK to Guernsey OR Jersey. TheChannel Islands have been British Dependencies since 1066, as sincethat time, the English Sovereign has always held the title Duke ofNormandy.
Unless you are an Australian citizen, or are from New Zealand, then of course you need a visa. Just because you sent us here 200 years ago doens't give you special privileges. You will be subject to the same rules as everyone else.
Not, not necessarily. The servers can be hosted in various locations around the world, but you may find that the further away the servers are from the user base (so a British website would usually have primarily British users) the slower their connection rate. Also, many search engines factor th…e ip address of the site when they put together their local rankings. So the best way to maximise your ranking is to combine a .co.uk domain name, with a UK IP address. Ofcourse you need to make sure that your site has excellent relevant content that is continuously being updated. (MORE)
i didnt mean passport i know you dont need that to travel internally i meant photo id as on its website it contradicts itself and says you don't, but then lists acceptable id
No. A British passport holder doesn't need a Philippine visa for stays up to 21 days.
Usually yes, since you hold a British Passport. But of coursetravelling is safer when you have enough amount of validity in yourpassport. But if you are returning to your country, it's alright tohave just a valid and unexpired passport.