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Yemen-born Somalis in High Court fight for British Overseas Citizenship

05 September 2018 Personal Immigration McGill & Co Solicitors

John Vassiliou recently contributed to the Free Movement Blog, discussing the use of British Overseas Citizenship, and how it's affected Somali born people. 

The post examines the different factors that affect those who hold British Overseas Citizenship status and their desire to gain a British Passport, looking at elements such as difficulty providing satisfactory documentation and evidence of birth date and name.

To read the full article, please visit: https://www.freemovement.org.uk/yemen-born-somalis-in-high-court-fight-for-british-overseas-citizenship/ 

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