2.The major difference between acquiring citizenship in this way rather than by birth is that this form of citizenship can be revoked if the circumstances merit it
4.She will also need to pass the Life in the Uk test and must not have any criminal convictions
5. Details here http://www.ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk/britishcitizenship/applying/applicationtypes/naturalisation/supportingdocuments
6. Applications take on average 6 to 9 months
7. No But she must have spent no more than 90 days out of the country in the last 12 months and no more than 450 days in the last five years
8. It does not matter either way
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