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    Cool My Missus is now British

    Finally after being married to a foreigner for 11 years we now share the same nationality

    My wife got her letter on Monday and we have organized a private ceremony for tomorrow afternoon , the passport application is being typed today.

    From applying on Feb 24th in Sheffield it took approx 6 weeks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ash View Post
    Finally after being married to a foreigner for 11 years we now share the same nationality

    ..we have organized a private ceremony for tomorrow afternoon
    Or at least you will as of tomorrow afternoon

    Congrats
    Independence Day 31st January 2020

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    Congratulations and enjoy the ceremony tomorrow, make sure the cameras all charged up

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    We'll done, all finished- passport then full deck.
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    Well done Ash. Doesn't seem that long ago in Blackpool that we all argued the point about being British or staying Thai.

    If I remember correctly when the bar ran out of booze, we agreed that if we were Thai it would be no bother to move next door, Hic.............
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    Congrats

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    Nice one, we submitted ours a few weeks ago so hoping for the best also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ian1208 View Post


    Well done Ash. Doesn't seem that long ago in Blackpool that we all argued the point about being British or staying Thai...
    I used to think it'd be handy to have two passports in a hijack situation, depending on the hijackers! Britain and the US tend to be quite hated so it'd be good to have an alternative to show hijackers to get off the plane. Mind you, these days hijackers seem to want to blow up the lot of us anyway

    Well done Ash. Is the wife all decked out in Union Jack clothing now? (I'd try to get my wife to do that for a day if and when her UK passport day comes! )

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    Well my mrs isn't daft but we have been winding her and her pals up about if Scotland gets independence. She would have to surrender her 'British' passport and nationality and re-apply for a 'Scottish' passport and because Scotland wouldn't be in the EU we would have to get visas even to go to England.
    She really only started moaning when I said she have to sit a Gaelic test......

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    Well done Ash. Is the wife all decked out in Union Jack clothing now? (I'd try to get my wife to do that for a day if and when her UK passport day comes! )
    Nah she is totally underwhelmed by the whole thing I think she would have been happier if they simply sent the certificate in the post

    Passport application goes later today just need certificate number

    Then will start looking for a new job back in Switzerland
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    Was there a gift given? Aom got a Citizenship scroll which was actually very nice and better than paperweight etc.

    I said she have to sit a Gaelic test
    I hope she understood what you meant by Gaelic

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    Hi Ian
    Daeng got a new citizen pen , a Sheffield welcomes new citizen certificate and a Passport Holder

    Passport application in the post today

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