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Report Catalogue

What is Included

The catalogue contains examples of documents generated by Aora ND from a selection of evaluations of claims to British nationality. All the cases presented are fictitious apart from those within the "Prominent Figures" page which has some well-known politicians, actors or other figures.

Categories

HMPO Persons who automatically acquired British citizenship, usually through ancestry or colonial links. These cases were taken from exercises in the HMPO staff training materials
Automatic More complex automatic claims to British citizenship
Right of abode Commonwealth citizens born before 1983 who retain right of abode in the UK through marriage or parentage
Notables Some well known personalities who have British citizenship
Registration Eligibility Persons who are eligible for British citizenship by registration
Naturalisation Eligibility Persons who are eligible for British citizenship by naturalisation
More Section 4C More examples of persons eligible for registration as a British citizen under section 4C
Section 4L Examples of persons eligible for registration as a British citizen under section 4L

CASES

Nearly all examples chosen are where an enquiry performed on Aora ND resulted in a positive outcome, i.e. the person already has the nationality, or currently meets the criteria to acquire it by registration or naturalisation.

In most case the Short Report (SR) is provided, in a few cases it is the Nationality Report (NR), and most positive outcomes also have an application pack (AP/AG)

REPORTS

The reports are being continually improved in response to customer requests. The content of a report is strongly affected by settings chosen by the user and can be changed at any time.

An "SR" or short report has just a nationality event history or "status trace" which explains why the person already has or is eligible to obtain the nationality. Note that the date is sometimes shortened to "YYYY".  

An "NR" or "Nationality Report for Client" report has a report like a "client care letter" with a nationality event history or "status trace" appended. If a customer wishes to have a customised form of this report, this can be discussed with Aora.

An "AP" application pack has a pre-drafted letter of representation to HM Passport Office and it also explains why the person has for the nationality.

An "AC" application pack has a pre-drafted letter of representation to the Nationality Division of the UKVI of the Home Office for a “status letter confirming nationality”. Note that status letters are now rarely used, rather a passport is always applied for first.

Each "AG" application pack has a pre-drafted letter of representation to the Nationality Division of the UKVI of the Home Office and also explains why the person is eligible to obtain the nationality by registration or naturalisation.

In a letter of representation, a custom logo and footer can be inserted at the start and end of the letter body. In the examples shown in the catalogue, this is the fictitious firm of "Smithers Solicitors LLP" in Bedford.

Optionally, a covering memo with instructions to the practitioner can be included at the beginning of each document. This can be included or omitted at the choice of the user. In a few examples here the cover memo is included to show what it states. The reports and application packs are relatively new. They will be enhanced in response to customer feedback. Comments and suggestions are welcomed.

STATUS TRACE

Each report (of any type) has a Status Trace in Appendix A. The way the status trace is presented is by user choice of a setting, i.e. it can have the people in it ordered so the Subject (applicant) is first or last. If the Subject is first, then the Appendix starts with a simple family tree.

In all sample Reports included here the ordering is Subject last, except for the Reports contained in "HMPO" and "Right of Abode".