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If my child (born in Canada) was included on my British passport, does that mean they held a British passport?

If you were born in the UK or naturalized in the UK, your child is British.

Depending upon when your child is born there could be a registration process first but, mostly like your child is British.

It doesn’t matter whether or not their name was included on your passport, though this does mean they have a record of your child and so it might make the application process slightly shorter.

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I lost my uk passport many years ago, and i have been living in canada for over 45 years and looking to move to the united states. Is there an actual office i can go to that can help me with my uk passport application in Canada? also can i apply to live in the united states with my uk passport?

North American UK Passport applications were centralized in Washington, DC a long time ago. In the last decade, that office was closed and they were moved to the UK. You can apply online now, though the process will take longer for you, and you will have to provide more documentation, because your last passport was so long ago.

Nothing about UK citizenship entitles you to live in the US. You’ll have to immigrate. And it’s worth noting that older age is not normally an asset when immigrating somewhere.

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