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agnelson wrote:The question has nothing to do with your mother "still" being citizen. She was never in jeopardy of losing her UK citizenship.
It has more to do with the regs that were in force at the time of your birth and after.
Because you were born AFTER 1982 to a british-born mother, you are automatically a UK citizen and need only apply for a passport.
If you had been born BEFORE 1983, you would have to register and undergo a background check and citizenship ceremony.
If your father had been british-born and married to your mother, it would have not have made any difference when you were born: you would be automatic citizen.
In any event, your UK citizenship is non-transmissable to any children you have, unless they are born in UK (or have a UK-born or naturalized father).
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