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I'm afraid that if your children were born outside the UK after 31st December 1982 and you naturalised after they were born then they do not qualify to receive British Citizenship. They would have if they were born after you naturalised.
They therefore have not acquired any additional rights to enter and stay in the UK than any other non-uk/EEA person I'm afraid. They can apply for visitor's visas in order to visit for periods of 6 months in any 12 month period and you can sponsor them by executing a Sponsorship Declaration confirming that you will support/accommodate them during the periods of their stay.
If they wish to come here for an extended length of time they must either:-
I am very sorry that it could not be better news. I am sure that you feel it's unfair after you have acquired your British citizenship but I'm afraid that this is the way it works with the British Nationality Act 1981
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