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British passport/ROA if my parents were not married b/4 I was born ?

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Hi everybody :D ... Please, I would love to know the answer to the above question....Adding to that, My father is a british by birth. My mum is late but is Nigerian. I am male, 19 years old. And which do you think I go for ?.... I would like to re-visit something said on this at May 15, 2011 by jamikins... "*A note on fathers
Until July 2006, unmarried British fathers could not
pass on their British nationality.
If you were born before then, your father’s British
nationality will pass to you only if he was married to
your mother. ------(single out this)------It does not matter if they were married
before or after you were born-----------". If he is here, it will do much good if he could explain more about the last bit :D .
Other contributions are well appreciated too. Thank you!!!

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