Citizenship/Immigration

Prince Harry declares US as his new home and renounces British residency

Prince Harry

Prince Harry officially declared the United States as his primary residence, which was a significant step in his separation from British royalty. According to documents obtained through Page Six, the Duke of Sussex listed the US as his “new country/state usually resident,” a notable change from his ties with the UK.   

The paperwork filed by Companies House for Harry’s eco-travel venture, Travalyst, indicates that this residency shift occurred on June 29, 2023, following Harry and Meghan Markle’s departure from their UK home, Frogmore Cottage, the day prior.  

This legal move comes amidst ongoing discussions about the couple’s status within the royal family and their plans.  

But it is doubtful whether his leaving Britain will have an impact on his titles. Nevertheless, there is a rumour that he may raise this issue soon during his next London visit.  

Nevertheless, it is a fact that along with this change, the same character makes some contradicting statements, saying that the UK is his home or explaining the reasons that led them to the US.  

In December of 2023, he underlined the point clearly that the security and the lineage of his children are of the greatest importance, even if they now live in the United States.  

However, in his letter, the prince has voiced his intention to seek United States citizenship, which seems to be only a secondary aspiration now.  

However, the plain disclosure of his drug usage, as addressed in the “Spare” book, depicts a straightforward path for him in his immigration.  

Although some legal experts tend to undervalue the effect, there may continue to be legal uncertainty even if he avoids additional legal troubles in the future. Another option could be relinquishing his royal titles to comply with American citizenship laws, according to Page Six.  

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Nilanjana Basu
Nilanjana is a lawyer with a flair for writing. She has a certification in American Laws from Penn Law (Pennsylvania University). Along with this, she has been known to write legal articles that allow the audience to know about American laws and regulations at ease.

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