You might qualify for a British passport, and not even realise it!
We are running a series of seminars in Eastern and Southern Africa to inform and assist people who may be unaware of their rights to British nationality and a passport.
If you have any family ties to the UK, or you have a parent (or grandparent) who was born in a country different to yours, you may be eligible for British citizenship. This is because of a number of lesser-known, complex factors surrounding former British protectorates and colonies. These factors will be discussed and explored during the upcoming seminars.
Presented by the world’s leading expert on the subject
Philip Gamble is the founder and senior partner of Philip Gamble & Co., 1st Contact Visas and WhatPassport.com, as well as Sable Group’s UK nationality and visa business in London. He is widely regarded as the world’s leading authority on British nationality as well as the effects of decolonisation within the former British Empire.
Up until 1992, he was responsible for front-line immigration casework within the Home Office. He has since assisted the Home Office in formulating policy guidance for highly skilled migrants and served on several UK Immigration committees.
To be presented throughout Eastern and Southern Africa
Philip will be conducting these UK and EU nationality seminars throughout Eastern and Southern Africa in October 2012. The trip will include seminars in Kenya, Tanzania, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Swaziland and South Africa.
The seminars in South Africa will be presented in Johannesburg, Pretoria, Durban, East London, Port Elizabeth, Stellenbosch and Cape Town.
An added possibility of Portuguese citizenship
The South African sessions will also include a presentation on our Passport to Portugal service. Attendees will hear how investing in Portuguese property can allow the investor residency in the country, and how this can eventually lead to Portuguese nationality (and an EU passport) for them and their family.
For all the information on the seminars' dates, venues, and specialist presenters, visit