Tracey Brown

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China will ‘no longer recognise’ BNO passport

The Chinese government has stated that it will no longer recognise the BNO passport for Hong Kongers. This at a time when Britain prepares to welcome millions of Hong Kong residents. This from its former colony after the security crack down. This has now occurred since the British Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s government has stated. That Britain will provide sanctuary for Hong Kong residents. See how to renew your BNO passport on this website.

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BNO and Hong Kong residents

There have been a number of changes with regards to the BNO passports when it comes to the British government. Every week there has been new ideas and changes which they wish to make. The latest views come from Prime Minister Boris Johnson on the status of the BNO passport holders as well as the fate of others in Hong Kong.

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300,000 HK residents to get British Citizenship

In an about turn to the BNO (British National Overseas) issue, Dominic Raab the foreign secretary has come to pledge to extend the British visa rights for all BNO passport holders and also to  facilitate their path to British citizenship. This will happen unless Beijing changes its stance on security laws in Hong Kong.

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British Embassy in Asia

British ConsulateYou will note that there are a number of British Embassies as well as British high commissions. These are some of the most common Embassies in Asia. These are the British Embassy in Hong Kong as well as the British Embassy in Thailand as well as the the High Commission in Singapore. Search this website for more information as well as those looking for the renewal of their BNO passport.

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UK lawmaker wants to shorten BNO naturalisation

British EmbassyAfter more than 4,000 people petitioned the UK government, Steve Double, a Conservative MP on July 10 proposed a motion to shorten the time needed for tier 4 and 5 BNO citizens to naturalise into British Nationals from 10 to five years. This would make BNO holders eligible for citizenship much earlier.

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Tugendhat – The UK had obligations to Hong Kong citizens

British EmbassyThere has been another push to give Hong Kong nationals UK citizenship. Thomas Tugendhat who is a British Conservative Party politician has opened the debate again about giving citizenship to Hong Kong nationals. This comes after more than 10 weeks of unrest in Hong Kong.

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BNO was never meant to be?

British ConsulateIt was always the premise of the press that the main reason why BNO holders cannot get dual nationality was because the Chinese government would never allow it. This view has however changed this year with documents being made available from the 1980’s that Britain had no intention of allowing Hong Kong residents to become British nationals and that it was not the Chinese government after all.

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BNO Passports – Will it work?

British ConsulateAn interest thought has come up with regards to the BNO passport and if it will ever amount to anything and should it allow Hong Kong residents the right to abode in Britain without creating a new problem that many do not think about. Chinese citizens are not allowed to legally hold dual citizenship and the Chinese government has shown that they have no issue revoking citizenship of Chinese nationals with dual nationalities.

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British nationals in Zimbabwe

British Embassy15 November 2017: Due to the uncertain political situation in Harare, including reports of unusual military activity, the Foreign & Commonwealth Office recommend British nationals currently in Harare to remain safely at home or in their accommodation until the situation becomes clearer. You can contact the British High Commission in Zimbabwe for consular assistance and monitor the latest news for any updates.

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