United Kingdom - Passport & Nationality - Citizenship Report
Philip Gamble and his team offer a Citizenship Report service, where they undertake research into your family history and provide a definitive Yes/No answer into your claim to British Nationality. This research will include seeing copies of all the relevant documents and certificates that you can provide (like birth, marriage and death certificates, as well as old passports), and cross references this to old Nationality legislation that existed at the time.
You will receive a written report detailing the team's conclusions, and how and why you do (or don't) qualify for British Nationality. If you do qualify, you will also be guided as to your next steps - including how to make the application and what the further fees might be. A fee of £350 applies.
This free online service can be ordered from your Results Page once you have registered on the site. Based on the family history that you provide, one of his specialists will answer the question: what is the liklihood of me having a claim to British Nationality. They provide one of five answers: - Definite, Likely, Unclear, Unlikely or Remote. Read more about this Status Trace.
More about Philip Gamble
He is now widely recognised as the world's leading authority in British Nationality Law and the effects of decolonisation within the former British Empire and its relationship to British Citizenship.
Philip trained with the UK Home Office in their Nationality Directorate and was responsible for front-line Immigration Casework within the Department. After leaving the Home Office in 1992, he set up his own UK Visa and Nationality consultancy and was the founder partner of 1st Contact Visas (which he still runs). In 2003, he established Philip Gamble & Partners to focus on British Nationality applications. He now runs the UK Immigration and British citizenship teams at Sable International.
Philip has represented the industry as a whole with the Home Office After-Entry Committee and Advisory Committee of the Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner. He has assisted the Home Office in formulation of their Policy Guidance and has been actively involved in individual cases which have resulted in changes in the law.