• naturalisation under section 6(1) and 6(2) of the BNA 1981;
• Registration of children born in the UK by entitlement - sections 1(3) and 1(4);
• Registration of children born in the UK by discretion - section 3(1);
• Section 65 Immigration Act 2014 amendments to British Nationality Act 1981 addressing historic discrimination against children born out of wedlock;
• Acquisition of citizenship by birth, adoption, descent and annexation;
• Loss of citizenship by independence of a territory;
• Acquisition of partiality, now called a right of abode;
• Status tracing ancestral claims to British citizenship under the U.K.-F and U.K.-M routes;
• The pre 1 August 1988 Immigration Rules that preserved “free movement” rights for the spouses and children of Commonwealth citizens.
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Posted on: Thursday, 10 October, 2019