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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 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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Tuberculosis testing in India

British EmbassyIf you are going to the UK for more than 6 months you will need to have a TB test done in India. Only certain hospitals and clinics in India are allowed to do the testing for the British Government. These have been added below for each region. Note that this is part of the UK visa application process and is valid for Indians who are going on a UK marriage visa, UK fiancee visa or any other visa that is going to last for longer than 6 months such as an UK Study visa which you are applying for from India.

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TB test in Vietnam

British EmbassyYou you are getting married in Vietnam and are applying for a UK Marriage Visa or a UK fiancee visa then your Vietnamese fiancee or wife will need to have a TB test as part of the application process. There are only 2 hospitals in Vietnam who are authorised to provide the testing for the British Embassy in Hanoi and these have been listed below. You will need to start the visa application process and add these documents into it as the process moves along.

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Marriage in Vietnam – Affirmation

British EmbassyIf you are getting married in Vietnam then you will need certain documents for the government. The process is a bit more complicated than in Cambodia or Thailand. Below are the documents that would be need to register your marriage to a Vietnamese. You can also contact the British Embassy in Vietnam for more assistance with your marriage registration. Once your marriage is registered you can then apply for a UK Marriage visa or UK Partner visa. Note that Vietnam now allows same-sex marriages.

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TB Test in Cambodia

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If you get married in Cambodia then you will need to apply for a UK Spouse visa for your Cambodian wife. She will however require a TB test in order to obtain the UK visa and you can find the requirements for the TB test in Cambodia listed below. Note that the British Embassy in Cambodia will give you a list of requirements to obtain the visa and this is part of the process.

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British Embassies in East Asia

British EmbassyIf you are in East Asia then you will find the following British High Commission or Embassies of use. Below you will find three of the most popular ones in the region. Always call the Embassy before you go to the Embassy and dont wait until the last minute to apply for a tourist visa.

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British Embassies in Asia

British EmbassyThere are a number of British Embassies in Asia. Below you will find the most popular Embassies located in Asia and the Asia Pacific. Always email or call the British Embassy or British High Commission before you go to their offices. If you are looking for a visa then you can apply for a British visitors visa or speak to an immigration lawyer about an immigrant visa.

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