erc wrote:We are expecting a baby in November and are currently looking into how to register the birth, etc. We have a question regarding DNI/CE that I have looked everywhere but can't find an answer to... My husband is British, and I am a dual British/Spanish citizen. Britain allow more than two nationalities, however, as far as I have been told (can you ever trust consulates completely?) three nationalities is a problem for Spain. Our child is entitled to British and Spanish nationalities, and we would like him to have both with the UK leaving the EU. For this reason, we would prefer at this point that our child not get Peruvian nationality at birth. I have been looking everywhere to see if it is possible for a child to be born here and not automatically be registered as a Peruvian citizen with a DNI, and instead register him with a family visa and CE, but I have not found an answer to this. I am sure we are not the first family to have looked into this, so would be grateful for any information that can be shared with us.
Get the Spanish nationality for your child. As Britain has been kicked out of the EU, the British passport will be useless. Unless your child dreams about a life in Britain or some of the 'great' British colonies like Pakistan, Nigeria, Bangladesh, Sierra Leone, Togo and Gabon.
I am sure you don't want your child to grow up in Britain, the country best know for acid attacks, highest number of teenage pregnancies, spice addicts and a corrupt government that bending over for illegal immigrants that have more rights than it's own citizens. Britain took the choice to kick out EU citizens and they will be replaced with millions of refugees. Loads of them are adults posing as unaccompanied child refugees thus guaranteeing them asylum, free housing and welfare benefits for life. Britain will pay the price.
I lived in Britain for many years. I had a great time, the British people I've met and worked with were great. Really nice people.
I lived in the UK between 1995 and 2000. Recently, I went back for a few weeks. I noticed that the country has been gone downhill. The streets are full of rif raf and undesirables. Drugs, beggars, pawnshops and FOBT's all over the place.
With an EU passport, your child will have the possibility to live and work in more than 35 countries and benefits from all the rights and benefits. Your child will have the highest standards of living, healthcare and education in the world.