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    Hello Guys
    I am an australian and i want to apply for an British citizenship. Any information?
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    (Original post by RickmanAlways)
    Hello Guys
    I am an australian and i want to apply for an British citizenship. Any information?
    https://www.gov.uk/becoming-a-britis...-you-can-apply.

    Edit: Why is this under 'performing arts and music?'
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    (Original post by Hydeman)
    https://www.gov.uk/becoming-a-britis...-you-can-apply.

    Edit: Why is this under 'performing arts and music?'
    Because i need to get a British citizenship to come to the UK, one:to live and to audition at RADA, and Guildhall.
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    (Original post by RickmanAlways)
    Because i need to get a British citizenship to come to the UK, one:to live and to audition at RADA, and Guildhall.
    If you want to visit and/or work, you only need a visa. You need to have lived here for a few years to be naturalised as a British citizen, unless you can show that you're eligible for it in some other way. That's obviously not satisfied if you currently live in Australia.
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    (Original post by Hydeman)
    If you want to visit and/or work, you only need a visa. You need to have lived here for a few years to be naturalised as a British citizenship, unless you can show that you're eligible for it in some other way. That's obviously not satisfied if you currently live in Australia.
    Huh.. Someone else told me different.
    Thank you, i love australia but the UK is better for opportunities.
    Again Thanks! Your the best! (Lol)
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    I prefer to just keep my American one
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    (Original post by Hydeman)
    If you want to visit and/or work, you only need a visa. You need to have lived here for a few years to be naturalised as a British citizenship, unless you can show that you're eligible for it in some other way. That's obviously not satisfied if you currently live in Australia.
    I feel soo stupid right now.
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    (Original post by RickmanAlways)
    Huh.. Someone else told me different.
    Thank you, i love australia but the UK is better for opportunities.
    Again Thanks! Your the best! (Lol)
    (Original post by RickmanAlways)
    I feel soo stupid right now.
    No worries.
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    (Original post by Hydeman)
    No worries.
    Do you need to apply for visas like every year or what ever...
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    (Original post by RickmanAlways)
    Do you need to apply for visas like every year or what ever...
    I don't think so, no. They're usually valid for a certain length of time and, if you can show that you need to be here for longer, it shouldn't be too much trouble to get a longer visa.

    You can probably get better information from the British embassy in Australia.
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    (Original post by Hydeman)
    I don't think so, no. They're usually valid for a certain length of time and, if you can show that you need to be here for longer, it shouldn't be too much trouble to get a longer visa.

    You can probably get better information from the British embassy in Australia.
    Ok thanks!👍🏻
 
 
 
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