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I am six months pregnant with twins. I am from New Zealand

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I am six months pregnant with twins. I am from New Zealand and currently in the UK on a work permit. My partner is from Denmark and has been living in UK for 6 years. We are not married. Will my children qualify for a British passport? Does my partner need to get a naturalisation certificate for us to apply for passports for our children?

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What has the children's father been doing in the UK for 6 years?

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Customer: replied 3 years ago.
Working full time in the insurance industry.

Thank you.

The good news is that your children will qualify for a British passport if born in the UK.

They will be British Citizens by birth in the UK as your partner has been living in the UK for more than 5 years and exercising treaty rights. He is therefore a permanent resident in the UK and any children of his born in the UK are British Citizens.

Your partner does not need to get a naturalisation certificate for the children to obtain British passports.

Your children may also be eligible for NZ and Danish passports.

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Customer: replied 3 years ago.
Does it matter we aren't married as I read that the border agency would want to see the marriage certificate for the children to qualify for British passports?
This is not required, see here (page 11):

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