In general, you cannot be born a British Overseas Citizen, as this is a residual category of citizenship created for those former Citizens of the United Kingdom and Colonies who were not eligible to become either a British Citizen or a British Dependent Territories Citizen after the passage of the British Nationality Act 1983. If you were born a British Dependent Territories Citizen (now call British Overseas Territories Citizen) then you are now also a British Citizen by virtue of the British Overseas Territories Act 2002. You don't need to do anything special to have British Citizenship in this case; it is automatic. However, if you are actually a British Overseas Citizen, you can either register as a British Citizen after living in the UK for 5 years and hold Indefinite Leave to Remain for at least 12 months prior to your registration application. If you are married to a British Citizen, you can apply for naturalization after living in the UK for 3 years. Finally, through the provisions of the Nationality, Immigration and Asylum Act 2002, a British Overseas Citizen who has no other citizenship has the right to register as a British Citizen.
Yes you can, you are a citizen because of your parent was but you must register with your closest Trinidad Consulate, to do so you must take your father Trinidad documents as Passport or Birth Cirtificate to prove he was a citizen of Trinidad, then you must also take along your birth certificate and ID to prove he is your father. It's really simple it's even faster if you go to Trinidad with your regular passport then apply there for a Trinidad passport.
there have been 5 British astronauts Helen sharmen being the first who only had 1 mission. there was also Micheal foale who is British born but is a US citizen he had 9 missions. there was piers sellers who was also British born but an us citizen he had 3 missions. Nicholas Patrick was another British born but us citizen he had 2 missions and there is timothy peake who has had no missions yet
No. The US Constitution requires the president to be a natural born citizen of the United States. It also requires a president to be at least 35 years old and 14 years a resident of this country. So not only could a British citizen not be president, but even a British citizen who gave up British citizenship and became a naturalized US citizen cannot be president.
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