UK Nationality Seminar with Philip Gamble [G-JNB-1] 25 Sep 2014 17:30
Thursday, 25 September 2014 from 17:30 to 19:00 (CAT)
Sandton, South Africa
Why attend? What's it all about?
Listen to UK Nationality expert Philip Gamble discuss the latest changes to UK Nationality legislation and find out how they may affect you or lead to you (and your family) getting British nationality.
How much does it cost to attend?
All seminars offered in South Africa are FREE of charge to attend - but you must still register online. Attendees will receive a free British Passport Review, with Philip giving his opinion on your chances of getting British Nationality.
Focus on Southern Africa
In recent years, Philip’s work has included looking into British Nationality solutions with respect to Rhodesians and South Africans. This covers circumstances involving:
- A Parent or Grandparents’ birth in the Transvaal Protectorate and the Colonies of the Cape, Natal and the Orange Free State
- The Union Day arrangements on 03.05.1910
- The complex relationship with the Federation of Rhodesia, Northern Rhodesia and Nyasaland
- The consequences of the country leaving the Commonwealth between 31.05.1962 and 25.07.1994 and becoming a “foreign country” for British Nationality purposes, and
- South Africa’s re-admittance to the Commonwealth in 1994.
A particular focus will be how children of British Citizens now living in SA can obtain British Nationality.
Who is Philip Gamble?
Philip Gamble trained with the Home Office and was responsible for front-line Immigration Casework within the Department until 1992. He was the founder partner of Montgomery & Co and later Managing Director of 1st Contact Visas until 2002. He founded the present firm, as the name suggests, and is now recognised as an authority in British Nationality Law and the effects of decolonisation within the former British Empire and it’s relationship to British Citizenship.
Outside of the Firm, Philip has represented the industry at the Home Office After-Entry Committee’s and Advisory Committee of the Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner. He has assisted the Home Office in formulation of their Policy Guidance in relation to the Highly Skilled Migrant’s Program (now Tier One of the Points Based Scheme) has been actively involved in individual cases which have resulted in changes in the law.
When & Where
Philip Gamble & Partners
Philip Gamble & Partners are Immigration & UK Nationality Law Practitioners based in Croydon, South London.
We are regulated by the Office of Immigration Services Commissioner ( OISC ) under registration number F200100004 - an independent body set up by the government to regulate all UK immigration and work permit advisors.