I am a British citizen, born in the UK in 1985, but living in the USA since 2007. My father, deceased since 2000, was originally born outside the UK, but moved to the UK and became a British citizen (demonstrated in his passport). My mother is a Portuguese citizen, but has been living and working in the UK since 1967. They were unmarried at the time of my birth in 1985, but were subsequently married a year later, in 1986. There is a birth certificate from the time of my birth, listing as qualification both my father and mother, and another from 1986, listing my father. My mother told me that my father had gone to do this, after their marriage. Am I a British citizen "Otherwise Than By Descent" or merely "By Descent," and how can I pass on British citizenship to my children?
Dear OTS team : i have two passports one is Syrian my native country , other is Antiguan & Barbuda get it by investment , i ve travel to UK and bought two apartment (125,000GBP,130,000GBP ) in order to rent , i am looking to get the Entrepreneur Tier 1 Visa , i prefer an existing running profitable business if OTS do this kind of service ,
with which passport should i apply ,
Do i have any advantage as a commonwealth citizenship
what is my best solution to apply for resident ,
where is your office location , currently i live in Dubai
Hi there. Could you please advise what is the best way for my son to stay in the UK after 5 year student visa, with PhD diploma.( He is finishing his 4th year of PhD course next year in March). He is South African citizen, born in Russia. He has done his Master degree in York. We can buy an apartment for him in the UK, if he will be able to get his residence status. Also I have a daughter and a son in law, living in the UK more then 10 years.(I mention it , thinking that it might help). My son, Leonid, is in London (Queen Mary University) , he can come to you for a consultation, if he has a chance to qualify to be an applicant for a residency or a work permit in the UK. Kind regards,
Hello, I am a US citizen and I have lived continuously in the UK since 1973 with indefinite leave to remain since 1977. I am now 59, and am in full time employment in the UK, as I have been for the past 40 years. I would now like to apply for UK citizenship. However, with all the recent stories in the papers about long-term residents in the UK being refused ILR or citizenship on what appear to be technicalities, and sometimes even being deported, I am very concerned, if I apply for citizenship, whether my one previous criminal conviction, 32 years ago for shoplifting (non-custodial - fined £60) would have a negative impact on my application on the basis of "good character". In your opinion, do I need to be concerned?