Posted by Some Help on April 09, 2003 at 13:02:27:
In Reply to: Re: It does not matter posted by Might be wrong on April 09, 2003 at 12:20:58:
: If she travels with her british passport she will need to get a visa first. Do you think UA will give her visa? Not a chance! She remains UA citizen untill she officialy renounces from it. So she is allways able to come back to UA with her UA passport (even expired), but how is she going to leave Ukraine? Flashing her British passport is not a good idea, since there will not be UA visa, and how the hell would a British end up in UA without visa? :)
: So, she will have to apply for UK visa while she is in UA. Or stay in UA untill the whole process of renunciation is over and she is British enough to leave the country.
: I might be totaly wrong.
The fact that she has a British passport, indicates she must now be a British citizen. Therefore, she automatically lost her Ukrainian citizenship upon becoming a citizen of another country (Ukraine does not recognize dual citizenship). Given that she is now a proper British citizen, she should not have any problems receiving a visa. Note: by definition, illegal immigration/emmigration is ALWAYS a crime (to what extent or how consistantly the law is enforced is another issue).
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