German neuroscientist also told to leave UK after residency rejection

Sam Schwarzkopf, who has lived in UK since 1999, tells the Guardian he had a similar experience to Monique Hawkins Sam Schwarzkopf is married to a British woman. He studied for a degree and PhD at Cardiff University and now works in London. Photograph: Handout Sam Schwarzkopf, a German neuroscientist living in the UK, contacted the Guardian after it published the story of Monique Hawkins. He said he had a similar experience at the hands of the Home Office to Hawkins, a Dutch woman who was told to make preparations to leave the UK after she applied for British citizenship following the EU referendum. This was despite her living in the UK for 24 years and having two children with her British husband. Schwarzkopf said: “I am a German citizen…


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