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Monday, 26 June 2017

500000 children raised in UK will battle to get passports after Brexit

500000 children raised in UK will battle to get passports after Brexit
- About half a million children born or raised in the UK will reportedly not gain automatic citizenship after Brexit.
Previously, people born in the UK after 1983 could become British citizens automatically if one parent was British or “settled” – meaning they had lived in the UK for five years prior to their child's birth.
But, according to an upcoming documentary, thousands of these children who applied for citizenship are now being forced to wait to see if they will be awarded it.