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Interview with Mishal Patel: A guide to British Citizenship

by Staff Writer | Jun 19, 2020

Sable International's Mishal Patel talks through some of the most common questions we receive regarding British citizenship. Watch the video or read t...

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How one family’s extraordinary situation led to two successful British citizenship claims

by Mishal Patel | Apr 7, 2020

In our many years of helping people, we’ve found that the complexities of British nationality law know no bounds. Here’s how an unusual citizenship cl...

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Portugal’s Non-Habitual Residence programme: How you can make your income tax-free

by Cláudia Mendes | Nov 12, 2019

There’s an increase in the number of people (and companies) wanting to know more about alternative residency options, whether for economic, political ...

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Silver Coast Portugal: Your guide to a dream expat destination

by John Dunn | Oct 14, 2019

The Silver Coast isn’t as well-known as some other destinations when it comes to expats settling in Portugal. But, with its captivating coastline, del...

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[Update] What a no-deal Brexit means for EU nationals

by John Dunn | Sep 9, 2019

The UK is scheduled to leave the European Union on 31 October 2019. These are the immigration arrangements that will apply to EU citizens and their fa...

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Moving to Portugal – how to choose the right school for your children

by John Dunn | Mar 6, 2019

Portugal has become an immigration hotspot thanks to its maritime climate, growing economy and friendly tax regime. For people moving with children, d...

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Why the Portugal Golden Visa remains the best in the world

by John Dunn | Jan 31, 2019

Here’s what the new EU Settlement Scheme will mean for EU nationals living in the UK

by John Dunn | Jan 24, 2019

EU nationals who want to continue to live and work in the UK after Brexit will need to apply for settlement under the new EU Settlement Scheme. The sc...

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Your South African citizenship may have been revoked

by John Dunn | Dec 5, 2018

Thanks to a law created in 1949, South Africans who have acquired citizenship in another country, without the prior written consent of the Minister of...

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