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Letter from the British Passport and Permit Office referring to Martin's application for the renewal of his and Leah's Palestinian passports. A limited renewal is granted, but the letter concludes: I am to warn you that you and your wife would be well advised to return to Palestine for permanent residence as soon as circumstances permit, otherwise you may prejudice the retention of your Palestinian citizenship. The letter is dated 17/9/1944, addressed to Mr M. Martins at 35 Ashfield Road, Urmston.
Letter from the British Passport and Permit Office referring to Martin's application for the renewal of his and Leah's Palestinian passports. A limited renewal is granted, but the letter concludes: I am to warn you that you and your wife would be well advised to return to Palestine for permanent residence as soon as circumstances permit, otherwise you may prejudice the retention of your Palestinian citizenship. The letter is dated 17/9/1944, addressed to Mr M. Martins at 35 Ashfield Road, Urmston.
1944
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Letter from the British Passport and Permit Office referring to Martin's application for the renewal of his and Leah's Palestinian passports. A limited renewal is granted, but the letter concludes: I am to warn you that you and your wife would be well advised to return to Palestine for permanent residence as soon as circumstances permit, otherwise you may prejudice the retention of your Palestinian citizenship. The letter is dated 17/9/1944, addressed to Mr M. Martins at 35 Ashfield Road, Urmston.
Date of work:
1944
Reference number:
GB124.DPA/1443/83
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Use restrictions:
Unrestricted
Record types:
COMPONENT
Language:
English
Record number:
7487831
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