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September 2014

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Obtaining British Nationality: The Naturalisation Process

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Obtaining British Nationality: The Naturalisation Process For many foreign nationals in the UK, naturalisation is regarded as the last hurdle in what can be a very lengthy and complex immigration process. Naturalisation is a process applicable to foreign national adults living in the UK who have settled status to remain. Under section 6 of the British Nationality Act 1981, the Home Office has a discretion to grant a certificate of naturalisation to any person aged…

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Understanding the UK Immigration Appeals Procedure – What happens and at what stage of the process?

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Understanding the UK Immigration Appeals Procedure – What happens and at what stage of the process? By Section 82(2) of the Nationality, Immigration and Asylum Act 2002, the immigration appeals procedure is outlined – an appeal can be made against an ‘immigration decision’ as defined with the act. This includes (but is not limited to) refusal of leave to enter the UK, refusal of entry clearance, refusal to vary leave to enter or remain in the UK and…

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