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[英國] 我老公是英國公民(居英權)


洋房

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發表於 08-1-27 23:30 |顯示全部帖子
我老公是英國公民(居英權), 我想問我如何可以成為英國公民? 如果我們的仔女在香港出世,他們可以取得英藉嗎 ?

王國熱話
這裏有喪夫的姐妹嗎?丈夫走咗之後你們...
好掛住個仔,但又好矛盾
有無媽咪想帶小朋友旅行
有無90後單親媽?


公爵府

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發表於 08-1-30 00:47 |顯示全部帖子
以我所知, 你係需住英一段時間 (i think 3 years?)才可申請入藉.

你的小朋友應該可以入英藉.


複式洋房

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發表於 08-1-30 02:23 |顯示全部帖子
原文章由 mickymousebb 於 08-1-27 23:30 發表
我老公是英國公民(居英權), 我想問我如何可以成為英國公民? 如果我們的仔女在香港出世,他們可以取得英藉嗎 ?


Your husband has 居英權. So, does your husband live
and work in UK? If yes, I think it's an easy case as he
can apply it for you straight forward. My husband is a UK
citizen and lives in UK. I remembered when my husband
applied a visa for me through the UK embassy in HK. They needed to know my husband's career and knew whether he could financially support me in UK. Otherwise, if you
both still live in HK but plan to live in UK in the future. I
don't know whether you can show them all your assets
sold in HK and all those money from those assets can
support your application or not. If they approve your
case, they will give you a leave to remain visa for two
years. After two years, you need to apply again for an
indefinite remain visa and you have to pass the
"Life in the UK" English test as well. You may apply for your citizenship after your 3 years stay.

For the people who has 居英權. It seems like the first
generation can be UK citizen but the next generation can't have. BTW, I am not quite sure about this situation. I only know that if a family who got 居英權 but they don't live
and work in UK for three years. Most good colleges and
universities will count them as overseas students and pay oversea fee. For example, I got my marriage visa but
most universities and colleges count me as oversea
student and I needed to pay for oversea fee if I studied in a university in the past before I got my citizenship. Otherwise, I have to stay in UK for three years.

As I don't work in UK, so it seemed a trouble step for me
to go through those procedures for getting the citizenship.

[ 本文章最後由 kidslittle1 於 08-4-17 08:11 編輯 ]


洋房

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發表於 08-1-30 22:06 |顯示全部帖子
my husband got 居英權 via his dad. He is working in HK now but he studied in the UK for 8 yrs.

It seems it is quiet difficult to get the citizenship without getting a job in the UK. How can I give brith in the UK without settlement visa?


複式洋房

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發表於 08-2-1 05:26 |顯示全部帖子
Hi mickeymousebb,

Have you ever visited the website of the UK visa office? If
not, here is a link of how to get a spouse visa to UK for
your reference.
http://www.ukvisas.gov.uk/servlet/Front?pagename=OpenMarket/Xcelerate/ShowPage&c=Page&cid=1018721067257

Hope it can help.

I think the information of the above website is more
clear than what I said. From the website, your husband
should to be settled in the UK. You both should have
enough fund to support your whole family in the UK
before you get your citizenship as it will show on your visa that you can't get any public fund. That means you must be able to support yourself and live without claiming
certain benefits.

Actually, baby who is born in HK and one of his/her
parents is UK citizen can get UK passport too. I think you
may phone to the UK embassy to confirm whether
baby's dad got 居英權 can the baby gets british passport. If yes, you don't have to think about giving birth in the UK at this moment. You may plan it later. In my opinion, I
think getting UK citizenship is being harder and harder
from year to year. So, if you really plan to get your
citizenship. You should plan it as soon as possible. UK
government changes their rules and visa fees very fast.
For instance, spouses may need to stay more than three
years to get their citizenship one day.

My brother's family also has 居英權, but his children have
still not yet get married. His son also studied in the UK for
fifteen years but he works in HK now. Anyway, your case
maybe his future's case too.

BTW, are you expecting a mouse bb? If so, hope you
have a healthy baby.


洋房

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發表於 08-2-3 09:07 |顯示全部帖子
Hi Kidslittle1,

Thanks of your details information.


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