Most foreigners can obtain a Mexican passport if they move to Mexico with an immigrant visa and live there for four years (2 years if married to a Mexican citizen). Then one can apply for Mexican citizenship and passport.
If you are a UK citizen - from the Passport Office. If you are a non-UK citizen - from your embassy.
To get a UK passport you must be a citizen of the UK.A passport is proof of identity and proof of citizenship. Therefore you can only get a passport for a country if you are a citizen of that country (with very few exceptions).
Only UK citizens get UK passports. Is same sex partner a UK citizen? If not, then no. Partner may apply for UK citizen (naturalization) to get one.
If he/she has duel citizenship yes.
it would depend on if your a U.K. citizen. You could also get a passport for the U.K., if your married to a U.K. citizen, and have lived there for more than 2 years
No, Not if you a Citizen of the UK or Ireland.
you either be born in the UK OR passport done in the UK it depends
If you are a UK citizen travelling from the UK to the Channel islands you do not need a passport.
Passports aren't issued by cities, they are issued by countries. In order to have a passport, you need to be a citizen of the country you are applying to. So if you are a British citizen, you get a UK passport, if you are a Canadian citizen, you get a Canadian passport. It doesn't matter where you were born, it's what country you are a citizen. If you don't have citizenship then you cannot have a passport. Ex: A Canadian citizen, who is NOT an American citizen cannot have a US passport.
You can always return to a country of which you are a citizen. Lack of a current passport is only an impediment to travel to countries of which you are not a citizen.
not if you are a UK citizen - but some airlines require everyone to have a passport for travel purposes
I live in the USA with a Green Card but am a citizen of the UK and a UK Passport holder. I am thus to the USA/US Immigration a foreign passport holder.
If you are a British Citizen, you need your UK passport and if you stay within 90 days then you need not a Visa if you are eligible under the Visa waiver program, if otherwise then you need a visa. For US citizens, you need you valid US passport to enter back in the US.
Yes, you can.
A valid passport is required
A British passport. If they are a UK citizen
It depends on what passport are you carrying when you get caught. Otherwise, they check what is your nationality and send you back to whatever country you are from.
Speak to the British Embassy in your country of residence.
If you are a person with dual nationality and with two passports, one form each country for which you are a citizen, then you can travel using either passport (you only need to use one) - however, if you enter a foreign country using one passport you must use the same passport when leaving the foreign country. You would use your UK passport to enter British territory and your US passport to enter US territory For other teritories, you would select and use the passport which gives you the least visa requirements - and you would be able to call on the services of both the UK and US embasies wherever you were.
only if they are straight
No, you need to be born in the UK or be a child of a citizen of the UK. Im both, born in England, son of a British citizen. You can't get a passport, but you might be able to go to the UK and work for 5 years.
yes you culd!!