British nationality

British nationality

for the purposes of international law, British nations include citizens of former British Dependent Territories, BRITISH OVERSEAS CITIZENS, BRITISH SUBJECTS and BRITISH-PROTECTED PERSONS.
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He spoke only to confirm his name, date of birth, address and British nationality during the 22-minute hearing.
Rawalpindi -- A local leader of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf has been detected to have declared his nephew as his son in birth register of Union Council Saghri and to have brought him to United Kingdom, where he got British nationality, sources revealed on Thursday.
Today the UK Parliament Human Rights Committee publishes (see above) two responses from the government to its reports on Immigration Detention and Good Character Requirements: Draft British Nationality Act 1981 (Remedial) Order 2019
About PML-N, he said half of the Sharif family claimed that they hold British nationality but Maryam says that she was the daughter of Pakistan.
She claimed that the UK Home Office had also acknowledged that she had renounced her British nationality.
Which South African athlete received British nationality and competed in the Olympic Games in 1984?
She also claimed that it was likely that Bokhari would resume her British nationality, which violates a recent Supreme Court judgment on dual nationality.
The Supreme Court on Thursday dismissed a petition seeking a bar on Congress President Rahul Gandhi from contesting the Lok Sabha polls over his alleged British nationality.
Naturalisation is a process under the British Nationality Act of 1981 and the Virgin Islands Constitution Order of 2007 by which persons can become citizens of the Virgin Islands.
But he must first gain British nationality, play in the UK for the next three years.
When asked about the decision to strip some offenders with dual citizenship of their British nationality and deport them to Pakistan, Javid said there was a "very high bar" on such decisions, which were usually only taken in cases of terrorism.

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