Can a Canadian get a British passport if both of her parents are British?
Yes, if your father was married to your mother at your time of birth AND he was already British at that time. If not, then you're still eligible if you were born after 7th Feb 1961 AND your mother was British at that time.
What process do you have to go through to get a British Passport Both your parents were born in the UK and when you were younger you used to have a British Passport?
I'm presuming you're NOT resident in the UK, else you could simply reference your prior passport on a renewal application. Failing that, mail the application with birth docs of your parents to the appropriate UK Embassy that issues passport in your country of resident. In the US, this would be the main Washington, DC embassy. You might have to appear in person for an interview as this seems like your first passport as an adult…
Do you need a visa to enter Korea from Canada My understanding is that both a US Passport and a UK passport are sufficient so I'm wondering if a Canadian Passport is sufficient on its own?
If you were born in England even though your parents were born in a different country does that make you an English citizen?
Technically, it would make you a British citizen. As for example, both parents are of an African origin- Ghana. Therefore, you would classify yourself as an African. You r parents would be Ghanaian, and British, which is of dual nationality; if they were born there and immigrated to Great Britain. If you were to have both a British passport and a Ghanaian one, you would be of dual nationality too. You would then classify yourself…
Your daughter is twelve years old and has an indefinite leave to enter UK on a Tanzanian passport how can she apply for a British passport?
You are interested to know about dual citizenship between Canada and Britain as you are a Canadian citizen holding British passport?
Both passports have the advantage of visa-free travel to other countries. Advantages and disadvantages: British Passport (only if 'British Citizen' is written as your nationality): The right to live, work, study, and retire anywhere in the European Union for an unlimited period of time without a visa. Can travel to a few countries where Canadians require a visa or at least have to pay an entry toll (e.g. Brazil, Chile, Argentina, and the U.A.E.) Access…
How does an undocumented immigrant go about applying for the US Passport of their child with an american citizen?
An undocumented immigrant will not be able to file in a passport application on behalf of his/her child. Only a US citizen can do this. However a passport application for a minor child will require the parental consent from both its parents and also the proof of the citizenship status of the parents. Identification documents of both the parents should also be submitted along with the application.
Is it ok for your daughter to travel on an Irish passport when mine is a British passport She is under 2yr old and im her mother?
If a baby is born in England to a Canadian mother and an Indian father does the baby automatically get Canadian and or English citizenship?
The baby would be English and if you wanted you can file papers for the baby for his Canadian citizenship as well. The baby COULD be English. Baby can always become the nationality of a parent, but you are going to have to go to the embassy to let them know.... The baby would likely be entitled to dual citizenship. It will automatically be British, but if you contact the Canadian Consolate they can give…
If a child is born in US and Father is Canadian and Mother is American - can the child be registered as a Canadian If so how?
Technically, you'll have dual citizenship, but the details really depend on the country. In this situation (Canada and the U.S.), the terms of citizenship are viewed differently. In Canada you are fully allow dual citizenship and you'll be recognized as both a Canadian and an American. However, the U.S. doesn't do this and instead will see you as an American ONLY. Even if you have both American and Canadian citizenship, the U.S. will still view…
Passports from US citizens crossing Canadian and Mexican borders by land or sea in have been required since June 2009. Yes, you need a passport to go to any other country that's not your own Ideally Yes. Since visiting Canada if you are not Canadian is an international Travel. This means the immigration will check you if you are eligible to Enter. This calls for a proof of your citizenship and identity both of which…
Should someone with a Canadian passport and a green card entering the US have an airline ticket with their name matching the passport or the green card?
The ticket should match both, since you should have your own name on both of your passport and your green card. Thus, there should be no issue of the name - your name is on all three documents. Which raises the question, if you are converned about there being different names on each, why are the names different?
If both parents are German born but naturalized canadians can their child born in Germany get a German passport?
You need both parents consent, but it doesn't necessarily mean your biological father, it could be a guardian. (This all applies to minors only of course.) If one of your parents wouldn't be willing to approve of getting a passport, I highly doubt even a mediocre lawyer wouldn't be able to get you out of it.