There are several means by which a British protected person may be able to acquire British citizenship1 by registration. Firstly, a British protected person is entitled2, on application3, to be registered as a British citizen if he satisfies the statutory requirements as to residence in the United Kingdom4. Secondly, the Secretary of State5 may, if he thinks fit, register as a British citizen any British protected person who has at any time served in specified Crown service in a British overseas territory6
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