register children for british passports

If you’re a parent or guardian of a child who has been living in the UK for at least three years, you may be eligible to register your child as a British citizen. Move Up’s Legal Solutions team has extensive experience in helping clients navigate the registration process for children, and we’re here to provide the guidance and support you need to achieve your immigration goals.

Registration of children for British nationality requires a thorough understanding of the relevant laws and regulations, as well as the ability to gather and present the required documentation in a clear and concise manner. Move Up’s Legal Solutions team can assist you with all aspects of this process, from determining your child’s eligibility for registration to preparing and submitting your application to the HM Passport Office (HMPO).

The requirements for registering children with 3 years’ residency evidence for British nationality can vary depending on your child’s individual circumstances, but in general, you must be able to demonstrate that your child has been living in the UK for at least three years, and that you and your child meet the relevant residency, immigration status, and other eligibility requirements.

Once your child has successfully obtained British citizenship through registration, they’ll have the right to live and work in the UK indefinitely, as well as access to public services such as healthcare and education. They’ll also have the right to vote and participate fully in British society.

At Move Up, we’re committed to providing our clients with the highest level of service and expertise. If you’re interested in registering your child with 3 years’ residency evidence for British nationality, please don’t hesitate to contact our Legal Solutions team today. We’re here to help you achieve your immigration goals with confidence and peace of mind.

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