Amnesty Children's Human Rights letter to Home Office, London, UKAdd to Cart Add to Lightbox Download
London, UK. 25 November, 2019. Daniel (l) and Samson Adeola (c), former clients of the Project for the Registration of Children as British Citizens (PRCBC), join campaigners from Amnesty International UK's Children's Human Rights Network and PRCBC outside the Home Office to hand in a letter calling on the British Government to stop selling children's rights. Currently, the Home Office charges £1,012 for citizenship applications, including for children living in poverty or local authority care, whilst the cost of processing an application is £372. Thousands of children with rights to British citizenship are prevented from claiming their rights due to excessive fees.
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