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London, UK. 25 November, 2019. Steve Valdez-Symonds, Amnesty UK Refugee and Migrant Rights Programme Director, speaks outside the Home Office during a protest by campaigners from Amnesty International UK's Children's Human Rights Network and PRCBC to call 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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