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review 2019-09-30 12:02
British Citizenship in the UK – Process made simple and clear

The UK has become one of the favourite countries in the world for its fascinating beauty, safe and friendly environment.

 

The people around the globe are now interested in making a move to the UK and settle there. British citizenship is one of the complex procedures to be completed yet they are most sought for by individuals with the dream of creating a lifestyle in the UK. 

 

The eligibility checklist for acquiring British citizenship: 

  • If the candidate is born in the UK

If the candidate is born in the UK, then they are eligible for the British citizenship provided they comply with other conditions as the citizenship of their parents. 

 

  • If the candidate moves to the UK

The candidate is eligible to apply for British citizenship if they have moved to the UK intending to create a lifestyle and settle down in the UK. The candidate is eligible for British citizenship if one from the following conditions are met. 

 

  • If the candidate has entered into a civil partnership or marriage with a British citizen

If the candidate has proof that he/she has stayed in the UK for at least three years, then they are eligible to get British citizenship when they enter into a civil partnership or marriage with a British citizen.

 

  • If the candidate has indefinite leave to remain in the UK
  • If the candidate has a permanent residence status in the UK
  • If the candidate has a settled status as per the EU Settlement Scheme
  • If the candidate has any other type of British Nationality 
  • If the candidate had previously renounced their citizenship
  • If the candidate is stateless. 

 

The British Citizenship eligibility listed in this article is to provide a brief view of the process. The experts at British Citizenship immigration services would assist you with the process. 

 

The Sindhu Immigration Services provides expert legal advice for all matters concerning UK immigration. UK immigration laws have undergone many changes and amendments. 

 

Everyone should be able to afford legal advice. Sindhu Immigration services offers a very affordable and reasonable price. We also offer flexible payment terms to help our clients.

 

Source: sindhuimmigration.co.uk/service/british_citizenship
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text 2018-11-14 23:36
Oh, crap!
Woman Suffrage and Citizenship in the Midwest, 1870–1920 - Sara Egge

Today I began reading Diarmaid MacCulloch's new biography of Thomas Cromwell. It's a book to which I had been looking forward to for awhile, and I had made it a point to carve out enough time to give it my full attention in preparation for my interview with MacCulloch himself next week.

 

Nevertheless, something was nagging me in the back of my head. A while back I had reached out to a historian named Sara Egge about featuring her book on women's suffrage in the Midwest. She responded positively, and I even received a copy of her book, but for some reason I didn't have an interview scheduled on my calendar.

 

Today I did what I should have done days ago, and I searched my account for our correspondence. Sure enough, it was there all right — we had agreed to do it this Friday! Now Cromwell is on the back-burner, as I'm scrambling to read Egge's (fortunately short) book in time for our interview. Clearly I need to work on my system.

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url 2018-10-31 11:06
Immigration Expert for Canada Citizenship Application at Reasonable Price Tag

These reforms and guidelines have made filing for citizenship applications a daunting quest where one has to choose the type of citizenship application and then apply the appropriate one. The types of Canadian citizenship for outsiders includes.

 

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text 2016-12-02 11:20
The art of the possible
The Art of the Possible: An Everyday Guide to Politics - Edward Keenan,Julie McLaughlin

An everyday guide to politics.

by Edward Keenan

art by Julie McLaughlin

age range: 10 to 14 years old

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You are a politician. This is the approach and reason for this book. Even if you are not old enough to vote, or think you don't need politics, or you choose not to pay attention to politics. Politics is the way we decide as a group how we do things. As a part of a community the decisions your make, or do not make, have an influence in the group. We need politics, and politics needs us. This is why is important to be a good politician, and that means being an informed and active member of the group.

 

This idea is repeated and explained along the different chapters of the book, and always in a positive way. The point is not to make the reader feel the burden of this responsibility, but understand how politics are the art of the possible. What is politics; how we decide things as a group, how do you make a good argument, and on the other hand how do you listen at other people's arguments, why conflict is good, and when it starts to be bad, how to keep all of this process honest, are some of the questions addressed by the book. The text is very accessible, and the author manages to avoid difficult or "big" words. The only few that are used are very well explained. The chapters include case studies to better illustrate how things work in real life, and at the end of the book there is also a glossary, index, and list of sources. I was surprised by the fresh and hopeful approach of this book. I am glad I crossed paths with it, and plan to buy a copy for my kids soon. Indisputable 5 stars to me.

 

I received this copy from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

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text 2016-05-23 18:04
I did a thing!
Learn About the United States: Quick Civics Lessons for the Naturalization Test, July 2014 - Citizenship and Immigration Services (U.S.)

This is one reason I have been a bit quiet lately (as well as the Stanley Cup playoffs too of course).

 

Today I had my Naturalization Test on my way to becoming a US Citizen. AND I TOTALLY NAILED IT!

 

The oath-taking ceremony is in three weeks and I'm happy and excited and proud to be finally able to vote and play a part in the democracy of the place that has been my home for the last ten years.

 

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