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mfharrison

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  1. I am in the same boat as the above and I don't know where to turn. I was born in South Africa, but moved to England when I was a year old. I went to school and university in the UK and worked until I was 26 and decided to move away. I married my wife 2 years ago in April and we just had our first son in December. I received the rejection letter for his passport yesterday on the same grounds. I found this while searching for information. Half my sons family are British and live and work in the UK and we have been rejected for this passport largely due to my parents work commitments. Now for a simple family visit I will have to jump through hoops to make visas for my son(the son of a British man born to two British parents, born to four British grandparents...) I am at a loss as to what to do next. I have read the comments about been married first and living in the UK for 3 years in both these cases we meet that criteria and yet we have still been rejected I am in the same boat as the above and I don't know where to turn. I was born in South Africa, but moved to England when I was a year old. I went to school and university in the UK and worked until I was 26 and decided to move away. I married my wife 2 years ago in April and we just had our first son in December. I received the rejection letter for his passport yesterday on the same grounds. I found this while searching for information. Half my sons family are British and live and work in the UK and we have been rejected for this passport largely due to my parents work commitments. Now for a simple family visit I will have to jump through hoops to make visas for my son(the son of a British man born to two British parents, born to four British grandparents...) I am at a loss as to what to do next. I have read the comments about been married first and living in the UK for 3 years in both these cases we meet that criteria and yet we have still been rejected. I am in the same boat as the above and I don't know where to turn. I was born in South Africa, but moved to England when I was a year old. I went to school and university in the UK and worked until I was 26 and decided to move away. I married my wife 2 years ago in April and we just had our first son in December. I received the rejection letter for his passport yesterday on the same grounds. I found this while searching for information. Half my sons family are British and live and work in the UK and we have been rejected for this passport largely due to my parents work commitments. Now for a simple family visit I will have to jump through hoops to make visas for my son(the son of a British man born to two British parents, born to four British grandparents...) I am at a loss as to what to do next. I have read the comments about been married first and living in the UK for 3 years in both these cases we meet that criteria and yet we have still been rejected. I am in the same boat as the above and I don't know where to turn. I was born in South Africa, but moved to England when I was a year old. I went to school and university in the UK and worked until I was 26 and decided to move away. I married my wife 2 years ago in April and we just had our first son in December. I received the rejection letter for his passport yesterday on the same grounds. I found this while searching for information. Half my sons family are British and live and work in the UK and we have been rejected for this passport largely due to my parents work commitments. Now for a simple family visit I will have to jump through hoops to make visas for my son(the son of a British man born to two British parents, born to four British grandparents...) I am at a loss as to what to do next. I have read the comments about been married first and living in the UK for 3 years in both these cases we meet that criteria and yet we have still been rejected. I am in the same boat as the above and I don't know where to turn. I was born in South Africa, but moved to England when I was a year old. I went to school and university in the UK and worked until I was 26 and decided to move away. I married my wife 2 years ago in April and we just had our first son in December. I received the rejection letter for his passport yesterday on the same grounds. I found this while searching for information. Half my sons family are British and live and work in the UK and we have been rejected for this passport largely due to my parents work commitments. Now for a simple family visit I will have to jump through hoops to make visas for my son(the son of a British man born to two British parents, born to four British grandparents...) I am at a loss as to what to do next. I have read the comments about been married first and living in the UK for 3 years in both these cases we meet that criteria and yet we have still been rejected. I am in the same boat as the above and I don't know where to turn. I was born in South Africa, but moved to England when I was a year old. I went to school and university in the UK and worked until I was 26 and decided to move away. I married my wife 2 years ago in April and we just had our first son in December. I received the rejection letter for his passport yesterday on the same grounds. I found this while searching for information. Half my sons family are British and live and work in the UK and we have been rejected for this passport largely due to my parents work commitments. Now for a simple family visit I will have to jump through hoops to make visas for my son(the son of a British man born to two British parents, born to four British grandparents...) I am at a loss as to what to do next. I have read the comments about been married first and living in the UK for 3 years in both these cases we meet that criteria and yet we have still been rejected. I am in the same boat as the above and I don't know where to turn. I was born in South Africa, but moved to England when I was a year old. I went to school and university in the UK and worked until I was 26 and decided to move away. I married my wife 2 years ago in April and we just had our first son in December. I received the rejection letter for his passport yesterday on the same grounds. I found this while searching for information. Half my sons family are British and live and work in the UK and we have been rejected for this passport largely due to my parents work commitments. Now for a simple family visit I will have to jump through hoops to make visas for my son(the son of a British man born to two British parents, born to four British grandparents...) I am at a loss as to what to do next. I have read the comments about been married first and living in the UK for 3 years in both these cases we meet that criteria anzxbfd Hello everyone, I just received a rejection letter via e-mail for my son's first passport who was born in December in Thailand to a Thai mother. The reason for the rejection was based on my place of birth which was South Africa and that "although you are British you obtained your claim to British Nationality by virtue of descent through your British father. Descent claims can only be passed on one generation i.e. your father to you and therefore"(quote from the letter) my son is not British. I was born in South Africa, but moved to England when I was a year old. I went to school and university in the UK and worked until I was 26 and decided to move away. I married my wife 2 years ago, in April and we just had our first son in December. I received the rejection letter for his passport yesterday on the same grounds. I found this while searching for information. Half my son's family are British and live and work in the UK and we have been rejected for this passport largely due to my parents work commitments. Now for a simple family visit I will have to jump through hoops to make visas for my son (the son of a British man born to two British parents, born to four British grandparents...) I am at a loss as to what to do next. I have read the comments on other pages about being married first and living in the UK for 3 years in both these cases we meet that criteria and yet we have still been rejected. I hope someone has experience with this and can help thank you in advance
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