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  1. Articles: Americas
    Canadian expats who have dual citizenship are being reminded that from September they will only be able to fly into the country if they have a Canadian passport. Currently those with dual citizenship can use the passport of the other country where they have citizenship but Canada’s new...
  2. Britain Expat Forum for Expats Living in the UK
    My husband is currently in the process of filling out an FLR(M) Visa (for the first time from YMS Tier 5). I'm gathering our documents together and I'm looking for anyone that can tell me if I've missed anything/if my documents we're providing are acceptable enough. Okay so Proof of income...
  3. Articles: Europe
    The cost of a new passport for British expats is set to fall 35% from April but applicants will have to send their documents to the UK rather than their nearest Consulate. Immigration and security minister James Brokenshire has announced that, from 07 April the fee for customers applying for a...
  4. Britain Expat Forum for Expats Living in the UK
    hello! I got my CoA a few weeks ago (!!!) and I immediately booked my interview for a national insurance number. anyway, I had a certified copy of my passport and I was hoping that, coupled with my birth certificate and a greek residence card, that it would be enough for a national insurance...
  5. Britain Expat Forum for Expats Living in the UK
    Hello again! My background : American in London since 2011 (student visa x 2) Living with British boyfriend since 2012 Marrying aforementioned boyfriend (in the United States) on New Years Eve, 2013! We plan to send the online application off on January 2nd or 3rd, and I'll begin the whole...
  6. Articles: Europe
    British, Swedish and Finnish passports give the widest range of visa free travel in the world, according to the annual Visa Restrictions Index from Henley & Partners. British passport holders are able to visit 173 countries out of 219 in the world without needing a visa, as are citizens of...
  7. Britain Expat Forum for Expats Living in the UK
    Hi there, I am trying to apply for my kids British Citizenship and passports. I was born in the UK, moved to Canada and have been here for a number of years now. On the application states that I should be in the UK for 270 days, is this a requirement in order for me to apply for British...
  8. Mexico Expat Forum for Expats Living in Mexico
    I have some concerns about the duel citizenship. I spoke with the American Embassy, some time ago, and they told me that although the U.S. does not confiscate your American passport as of yet, it is not really legal. It seems that the old law, a citizen of the U.S. relinquishes his rights when...
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