Glenda was born in Dominica and left for the UK in 1961 aged 3 months.
Her mother died in Jan 1997 while on a trip to Dominica. She wanted to travel there but was told by the Home Office she was not British.
One of her Aunts suggested that she get a Dominica passport, while trying to prove her British status.
2003 – She travelled to Dominica. On her return customs asked if she worked in the UK. She said yes, and they waved her through.
2006 – She travelled again but experienced no problems.
2008 – On return from holiday she was given a warning by customs.
2009 – Got a job at a GP Surgery. That’s when she was asked to show her passport and prove that she had the right to work in England (required under the 2006 Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Act)