More complex automatic claims to British citizenship

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BNA 1981 SectionRuleOutcomeReport FileReport TypeNotes
11(1)UK.D.1.1Yes CertainRC7 (Sally Grierson).UKBC.AP.YC.docxAPThe applicant, born in Northern Rhodesia retains her CUKC at the independence of Zambia via her spouse.
RC7 (Sally Grierson).UKBC.NR.YC.docxNR
11(1)UK.D.1.1Yes CertainRC46 (Trevor James Lockhart).UKBC.AP.YC.docxAPThe applicant, born in Northern Rhodesia, resident in Botswana and Rhodesia during the independence of these territories remains CUKC via ancestral links
RC46 (Trevor James Lockhart).UKBC.NR.YC.docxNR
--No CertainRC36 (Candice Lamb).UKBC_P.NR.NCNRAn example of a status trace with a negative outcome
23(1)(a)[UK.D.2.10]Yes CertainDP13 (Hans Cohen).UKBC.AP.YCAPThe applicant became a British citizen otherwise than by descent as he was a British Dependent Territories citizen by virtue of a connection with Bermuda.
Includes a prepopulated NS form
DP13 (Hans Cohen).UKBC.SR.YCSR
14(1)(d)UK.D.2.3.21Yes CertainDR271 (Anton Bosko).UKBC.AP.YCAPThe applicant became a British citizen by descent as he was registered as such by the Secretary of State under a provision] of the British Nationality Act 1981
DR271 (Anton Bosko).UKBC.SR.YCSR