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British Nationality Act 1948

British Nationality Act 1948

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The Act by which Barack Hussein Obama II was born with a British Citizenship, and was a born citizen of the United Kingdom via his British Citizen Father (British Passport # 84764) at the time of Barack Hussein Obama II's birth. Hence, BHO II is a usurper to the US Presidency and UnConstitutionally holding the office of the same.
The Act by which Barack Hussein Obama II was born with a British Citizenship, and was a born citizen of the United Kingdom via his British Citizen Father (British Passport # 84764) at the time of Barack Hussein Obama II's birth. Hence, BHO II is a usurper to the US Presidency and UnConstitutionally holding the office of the same.

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BritishNationality
Act,
1948.
II
&
12
GEO.
6.
CH.
56.
To
be
returnedtoHMSOPC12CI
for Controller's
LibjaryRun No.
b.
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Bin
No.
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27G
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06.
BoxNo.
Year.
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-1
ARRANGEMENT OF SECTIONS.
PART
I.
BRITISH
NATIONALITY.Section.
i.
British
nationalityby virtue
of
citizenship.
2.
Continuation
of
certain
citizens
of
Eire
as
Britishsubjects.
3.
Limitation
of
criminalliability
of
citizens
of
countriesmentioned
in
s.
1
(3)
and
Eire.
Status
of
citizens
of
Eire
andBritish protected
persons.
PART
II.
CITIZENSHIP
OF
THE
UNITED
KINGDOM
AND
COLONIES.
Citizenship
by
birth
or
descent.
4.
Citizenship
by
birth.
5.
Citizenship
by
descent.
Citizenship
by
registration.
6.
Registration
of
citizens
of
countries mentioned in
s.
1
(3)
or
of
Eire
and
wives
of
citizens
of
the United
Kingdom
and
Colonies.
7.
Registration
ofminors.
8.
Registration
incountries
mentioned
in
s.
I
(3),
colonies,
etc.
9.
Effect
of
registration
as
a
citizen.
Citizenship
by
naturalisation.
io. Naturalisation
of
aliens
andBritish protected
persons.
Citizenship
by
incorporation
of
territory.
ii.
Powerto
specifycitizens
by
Order
in Councilon
incorpora-
tion
of
territory.
Transitional.
12.
British
subjects beforecommencement
ofAct
becomingcitizens
of
UnitedKingdom
and
Colonies.
13.
British
subjects
whose
citizenship
has
not
been
ascertained
at
the
commencement
of this
Act.
i
 
CH.
56.
British
Nationality
11
&
12 GEO.6.
Act,
1948.
Section.
14.
Women
who
have
ceased
to
be
British subjectsby
reason
of
marriage.
15.
Persons
who
have
ceased
to
be
Britishsubjects by
failure
to
make declaration
of
retention
of
British Nationality.
16.
Persons
who
have
ceased
to
be
British subjects
on lossof
Britishnationality
by parent.
17.
Registration
of
births
occurring
before
commencement
ofAct.
18.
Applications
for
naturalisation
pending
at
the
commence-
ment
of
Act.
Renunciation
and
Deprivationof
citizenship.
ig. Renunciation
of
citizenship
by
reasonof
dualcitizenship or
nationality.
20.
Deprivation
of
citizenship.
21.
Deprivation
of
citizenship
of
United
Kingdom
and
Colonies
wherepersons
deprived
of
citizenship
elsewhere.
22.
Deprivation
incolonies
and
other
territories.
PART
III.
SUPPLEMENTAL.
23.
Legitimated
children.
24.
Posthumous
children.
25.
Certificate
of
citizenship
incase of
doubt.
26.
Discretion
of
Secretary
of
State,
Governor
orHigh
Commis-sioner.
27.
Evidence.
28.
Offences.
29.
Ordersin
Council,
regulations
and
rules.
30.
Protectoratesand protectedstates.
31.
Assimilation
of
status
of
natural-born and other
Britishsubjects
under
existingenactments.
32.
Interpretation.
33.
Channel
Islands and
Isle
of Man.34.
Shorttitle,
commencement
and
repeal.
SCHEDULES:-
First
Schedule.-Oath
ofallegiance.Second
Schedule.-Qualifications
for
naturalisation.Third
Schedule.-British
subjects
without
citizenship
under
section
thirteen
of
this
Act.
Fourth
Schedule.-Enactments
repealed.
Part
I.-Enactments
relatingtonatural-bornBritishsubjects.
Part
II.-Other
enactments.
ii
 
I
II
&12
GEO.
6.
BritishNationality
Ca.
56.
Act,
1948.
CHAPTER
56.
An
Act
to
make provision
for
British
nationalityand
for
citizenship
of
the
United
Kingdom
and
Colonies
and
for
purposes connectedwith
the matters
aforesaid.[3oth
July
1948.]
13
E
it enactedbytheKing'smost Excellent
Majesty,
by and
withthe
advice
and
consent
of
the
LordsSpiritual
and
Temporal,
and
Commons,
in
thispresentParliament
assembled,
and by
the authority
of
the
same,
as
follows:-
PART
I.
BRITISH
NATIONALITY.
1.-(i)
Every
person
who
underthis
Act
is
a
citizen
of
the
British
United
Kingdom
and
Colonies
or
who
under
any enactment
for
nationality
thetime
beingin
force
in
any
country
mentionedinsubsection
(3)
cyt
hip
f
of
this
section
is
a
citizen
of
that
country
shall
by
virtue
of
that
citizenshiphave
the status
of
a
Britishsubject.
(2)
Anyperson
having
the
status
aforesaid
may
be known
either
as
a
Britishsubject
or
as
aCommonwealthcitizen
;
and
accordingly
in
this
Act
andin
anyotherenactment
or
instrument
whatever,whether
passed,
ormadebeforeor
afterthe
commence-
ment
of
this
Act,
the
expression
"Britishsubject"andthe
expression
"
Commonwealthcitizen
"
shall
have
the
samemeaning.'
(3)
The
following
are
the
countrieshereinbeforereferred
to,
that
is
to
say, Canada,Australia,
NewZealand,
the
Union
of
South
Africa, Newfoundland,
India,Pakistan,
SouthernRhodesiaand
Ceylon.
2.-(1)
Anycitizen
of
Eire
who
immediately
before
the
Continuance
commencementof
this
Actwasalso
a
Britishsubjectshall
not
by
of
certain
ens
reason
of
anything
contained
in
sectionone
of
this
Actbe
deemed
B
fish
Eire
tohave
ceased
to
be
a
Britishsubject
if
at
any
timehe
gives
notice
subjects.
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