The first time you step into a new country, you’re expected to prove you have a passport.

In the UK, it’s the same thing.

Your passport can only be given to you if you are born in the country, it must be issued within a year and you must also have your birth certificate.

For many, it may seem like a daunting prospect, but for those of us born in a new land, there are steps you can take to get your passport.

This guide will help you through the process of getting your passport to the UK.

The guide will also show you how to get the required documents to get on a flight to the country.

First things first, how do I get a British passport?

If you’re coming from a country other than the UK where you’re already born, you can apply for a passport in another country.

You’ll need to be an EU citizen.

It’s usually possible to get one through a process called ‘passport exchange’.

This is a process where the UK government sends you an old passport to exchange for a new one.

This is called an ‘exchange of passports’ or ‘exercise of passport-free status’.

There are a lot of different ways to get this, and it can take several years.

You should also know that if you’re born in one of the EU countries, you must hold a UK passport in the first place.

The rules are complicated, and the UK has many different ways of getting a passport, but here are some things to keep in mind: You can’t get a UK licence if you have been born in another EU country.

However, you do need a passport if you’ve lived in the EU for more than five years.

It must also be valid for five years before you can get a non-EU passport.