My sister vanessa has an indian passport and lives , married in the uk.
Indian nationality and can reside in the UK indefinitely. Her actual leave is based on job requirements performed there.
Actually i do not know for sure if it is a truth that she holds Indian passport or British Passport and due to some family property issues would like to find out if her claim is correct.
Her claim is she has Indian passport. To my knowledge she cannot hold property in India and have British passport.
FAO Tom only
Thanks Tom the link is quite comprehensive. Specifically does one need father's birth and death certificate for the uk immigration documentation?
ie in this case my sister requesting naturalization basis marriage to uk citizen and living in uk for past 16-18 years
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