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For my husband to get his UK passport, he needs to have a countersignatory who has his/her own British or Commonwealth passport, preferably British. Now, we know a couple of people who aren't relatives with British passports, but one lives in California and the other in Switzerland, while we live in Ontario. Do you think they would prefer one of these countersignatories, or one with a Canadian passport who lives near us? Just wondering if they will be concerned that the other people don't actually know him (they just happened to have moved away in the last few years, but we've known them for a long time).
 

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It's not that I anticipate problems, it's that it is supposed to be processed faster if the countersignatory is British. I'm wondering if the process will be slowed down because the person lives in another country.
 
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