United Kingdom - Passport & Nationality - British Citizenship by Double Descent (Crown Dominion UKM)
A solution exists for a person born between 1949 and 1983 to a mother born before 01.01.1949 in a place that remained a British Protectorate on 01.01.1949. In addition, their maternal grandfather (mother's father) must have been born in a place that was within the British Crown Dominions on 31.12.1948.
If the candidate was born AFTER Independence of the Protectorate (where the mother was born), then the MOTHER needs a Paternal Grandfather born in the UK.
If the candidate was born BEFORE Independence of the Protectorate (where the mother was born), then the APPLICANT needs a Paternal Grandfather born in the UK.
For a successful claim, the candidate must not have been subject to the automatic loss arrangements specific to the Protectorate involved to qualify under this provision.