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Is your name on the child's birth certificate?
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Your son could apply for passport straightaway as a child of a British National with you being named on the birth certificate.
Your wife must apply for settlement and she will obtain a spouse visa which will ultimately lead to settlement. She will need to complete Form VAF4A and must be able to prove that your are married, have a subsisting relationship with you wife during the the marriage thus far, bank account details and that you are able to financially maintain her once she is here.
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