From Doha Qatar
Yes I have my UK birth Certificate, however my photo on my UK passport (5 years old) has changed significantly. I am 37 yrs old now. I suppose my UK birth certificate which has been attested should be sufficient. Could you kindly clarify.
I have not lived in the UK since the passport expired and will not be living there, does that complicate things? I plan to come to the UK next year to try to renew it, do you think a week would be sufficient?
my final question,
i hold a passport from a country that doesnt allow dual citizenship. Do you know if when applying to renew, the UK embassy will make any contact with the country of my current nationality as that could lead to inconveniences?
I didnt renounce it, the passport expired and I didnt renew it and was entitled current nationality since my parents hold that passport. Does having a passport of another country automatically revoke a british nationality?
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