He might be able to get some sort of ancestry visa but not the passport.
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19-01-2015 17:13 #11
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19-01-2015 17:56 #12
I'm pretty sure big red is right. He can get a visa because of his grandparents but not a passport.
19-01-2015 18:20 #13
Dual Passport Help
ETA - my kids are eligible for an Irish passport because of my husband but I don't know if it would be different if i was born there. If I want an Irish passport as well, I have to be living with my husband in Ireland for a certain amount of time (can't remember)
Also, I am of European descent and my mum was born in Europe but that country won't allow dual citizenship.
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19-01-2015 19:38 #15
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19-01-2015 20:06 #16
Thanks for the links! OK will look into the visa I was hoping this wouldn't be the case but visa may still help
DH has a bit of a history that will prevent entry into some countries and this was a way around it. Not that I condone dodging punishments but if the loop hole is (was) there ... ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
It was stupid and years ago but looks bad. He got fines but lost his job so couldn't pay them so fines were swapped for like community service but then he did get a job and boss wouldn't let him have days off to do all the service days set and was then sent away for a few days ... just long enough to ensure he will never be clean slated even 17 years later - price you pay!
Ah well thanks for all the input hubbers
19-01-2015 20:35 #17
Definitely worth applying, although he may have to declare the past offence on the application.
I got so much conflicting information but in 2006 applied for a UK passport using my Grandfathers and Mums (both born in the UK) details. To pass it on to DS we have to live here in the UK for three years (and there's a limit to the number of days you can spend outside the UK). DS has a USA and Australian passport and is on a 5 year visa at the moment, if we stay here for 2 more years he will have three passports!
DH has an Italian passport by decent through his Grandmother, who never filled out to paperwork to become a naturalised Australian, his parents had never been to Italy and don't have Italian passports.
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19-01-2015 20:44 #18
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