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Passport & Immigration Law

1 Comment 16th May 2015

Ive been struggling to get a passport recently due to the current Nationalality & Passport Laws. I was born in the UK in 1988 where my mum was born in Nigeria and my was dad born in the UK. Both were living in England at the time of my birth. Although I was born here, lived here all my life, gone to School and paid taxes; the government say that as I was born after 1983 (when the legislation was bought in),  i would have no choice but to claim nationalality from my mother. But because she's officially an African Citizen I would have to pay over £600 to become nationalised. Its crazy to think that for someone who was born here, gone to school, worked and paid taxes should be treated like an outsider when theres people who come here illegally, claim benefits and cheat the system and who also get away with it…how can that be possible? I feel like ive been restricted and I work bloody hard to earn a living. This law needs to be revised as it restricts peoples lifestyles and discriminates against the good and the honest. There should be tighter security within the UK Border Agency and a fair straightforward policy for people who are born in the UK who have trouble getting passports 

Why does this matter?

It would make a lot of peoples lives a lot easier and give people like me a chance to explore life the full without being held back.

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One Response to Passport & Immigration Law

  1. George Geal says:

    its cheaper to take it in the arse from an illegal

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