You will need to get a family visa first, then she will have to live with you for a while before she can be a citizen.
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No, when Newfoundland became part of Canada, all Newfondlanders in Newfoundland and Labrador went from being British subjects to Canadian citizens, unless they were not physically present at the moment Newfoundland joined canada.
Yes, she needs to apply for an emergency travel document from the High Commission in Ottawa.
Yes. You need to get your UK passport before travelling to the UK.
No, unfortunately British citizenship only passes down one generation abroad.
As long as your parents were married at your birth, you can apply for your UK passport right now, you do not need to Register as a British Citizen first. (If your parents were not married you have to register.)
It’s a renewal that’s treated as if it’s a first time application. You need to apply online; paper applications are no longer accepted.
You must renew it online at the UK Passport website.
If you wish to renew it without using the online form, you can hire Immigroup to help you.
No, your father is eligible but British citizenship does not transfer through more than one generation.
The simplest solution would likely be to change your name on your Canadian passport if you want to change your name on your UK passport. If Her Majesty’s Passport Office will not issue your passport with an initial, there doesn’t seem to be much else you can do.