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Yes please. The travel agent said as she did not have a visa showing indefinite stay the Egyptians could retain her and not let her return home. I have just booked the holiday for us.
She is 32. Yes she travelled to the USA when she was 13 and did not have a problem. I have paid for our holiday but afraid they may retain her in Egypt after speaking to travel agent.
We travelled to the US numerous times when she was a baby.
I am British. I was born in Felixstowe on 10.05.1950. I married an American but retained my British Nationality.
No she has never made an application to the Home Office.
Could we go to the American Embassy and get a visa stamped in her passport?
4th July 1979
She has an Italian Birth Certificate which I have lost. Can you please advise if she can apply for a British passport without this? Her American passport is valid and up-to-date. THank you for your help.
I telephoned the Passport Office and they advised that my daughter is not entitled to a British passport. Could you please adbise if we could obtain "An indefinite leave to stay" and how we do this?
Thank you so much. Her father did not have British citizenship - he remained an American citizen whilst working here. Can me being British allow citizenship to descend to her please? I will see if I can find an immigration solicitor here in Great Yarmouth.
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