A Step Too Far

August 11, 2010

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When I read reports of immigration officers dealing with asylum seekers have “grant monkeys” to put on their colleagues desks when they give a grant to a n asylum seeker and stories of whistle-blowers actually being punished for doing the right thing their conscious tells to, I can’t help but feel reinforced in my belief […]

Discrimination Of Right of Abode Persons

August 6, 2010

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Section 15 of the 2006 explanatory notes state the following:- “EMPLOYMENT The provisions: • create a power for the Secretary of State to apply a civil penalty, determined by a Code of Practice, to an employer of an adult subject to immigration control who has not been granted leave to enter or remain, whose leave […]

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Children of British Citizens are treated as if they don’t count

August 5, 2010

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The latest news from the UKBA is their recent publication which shows what contempt they hold children of British citizens who have been given the right of abode. Immigrants who have ILRs are treated with more respect and care then the children of British citizens who have the right of abode. http://www.ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk/sitecontent/newsarticles/2010/275292/09expired-passport-ilr It is shocking […]

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Merits of Statutory Instruments Committee

August 5, 2010

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Lord Lucus’ Blog on statutory instruments Along with my answer to the dangerousness of statutory instruments that are not checked which can be used to over ride primary legislation and without a proper vote or debate in parliament as to its impact and effect. Merits of Statutory Instruments

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Status and Terms

July 28, 2010

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Right of Abode Additionally, right of abode is conferred on Commonwealth and British Subjects and are those who are : were born before 1983 with a UK-born mother (those born before 1983 and legitimately descended from a UK-born father are British citizens, whether or not they are Commonwealth citizens/British subjects); or were adopted before 1983 […]

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No Response from Ministers and Politicians

July 28, 2010

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Writing to Theresa May or Lynne Featherstone has left emails ignored. For that matter Harriet Harmond has also ignored questions to do with her promises in March the fees being imposed on children of British female citizens for registration would come to an end next year. See her blog on http://www.election-tweets.co.uk/election%20tweets/HarrietHarman/tweet/10933538436 I have asked several […]

Allow children born out of wedlock citizenship through their British fathers

July 28, 2010

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Currently, only British mothers and married British fathers are able to pass on their citizenship, by descent, to their children. The one and only group left out of their birthright are children born before 1 July 2006 to unmarried British fathers. There is a registration system put in place for fathers to register their minor […]

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British Nationality Act 1981 section 4C discrimination against children born abroad to British mothers

July 28, 2010

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Children born abroad to British mothers did not automatically acquire their mother’s British nationality until 1983. The government only recognised this injustice in February 1979, promising to legislate to abolish it but in the meantime giving British-born women the right to register their minor children born abroad as British Citizens. In the past before 2010 […]

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Children of British citizens without nationality

July 28, 2010

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Welcome to the first blog about children born to British citizens who have been denied automatic nationality

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