She is not allowed to travel out the house on her own!In fact she can only just breath without asking let alone anything else!!! x (((Lisa))) If I've read your post correctly, your brother-in-law says he's taken the passports to the Embassy?
When they went out there they had to get visas for my cousin and the 3 babies to get into Libya.
My cousins husband has a Libyan passport although hes lived in the UK sice he was 8.
As far as im aware the British Embassey have not been very helpful!
((Lisa)) How awful Could you contact your MP or your sister's MP and ask them to speak to a Foreign Office Minister on your behalf? Normally I'd say contact a newspaper but obviously you don't want to antagonise your Bi L.
They should have registered the passports with the police after they arrived. A lot depends on whether your sister's children have dual nationality or only British nationality.
If they have dual nationality then (if I've read the website correctly) it is treated as a personal dispute to be resolved in Libya and in the Libyan courts.
Good luck xx Firstly ladies thanks for the advice etc, anything that you can think of would be fab!
All 3 children were born in the UK and hold Britisg Passports.
Pretending that it dosent matter Where the children born in the uk?
If so then they must of had British passports to have left the country in the first place (all British children have to have their own passports to travel abroad).
Obviously my cousin wanted to be there for her hubby so they went there together to sort the sale of the house out etc and said they would visit a few countries before coming home.