Become British Citizen by Naturalisation Application on the basis of family, work, asylum
- Success Rate
- Eligibility requirements
- Services we offer
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Naturalisation is a process of getting citizenship of a country through residence. Just like a lot of other countries in the world, UK allows immigration to acquire British Citizenship after 12 months of getting permanent residence (ILR) in the UK. UK law allow dual citizenship but the other country, normally country of your Birth, may not allow to have nationality of an other country. Therefore it is very important that you check this before making an application for Naturalisation in UK. India is an example of a country which does not allow dual citizenship. Naturalisation application can be made on the basis of family life such as being married to a British citizenship or in being in work category such as Tier 2 General or being an EU citizen living in UK.
Our success rate
We have 100% success rate for Naturalisation applications from the start of our business in 2006. In the last 15 years, the Home Office never tuned down any of our application for naturalisation, Indefinite Leave to Remain in UK and Spouse Visa extension. View some of the the recent approved decisions of our clients.
Eligibility Requirements to apply for UK Naturalisation
- After 12 months of getting Indefinite Leave to Remain in UK, Naturalisation application can be made.
- Life in UK Test and Knowledge of English requirements apply. Though most of the applicant met these requirements when they applied for ILR, therefore they do not need to meet these requirements again.
- Applicants should not have spend more than 90 days in last 12 months period and should be in the UK exactly 5 years ago on the day of the application.
- The applicant should be good character. This means that they should not have criminal convictions. Exemptions also apply. Someone with criminal history should consult a registered immigration lawyer or registered immigration consultant registered with the OISC.
We offer following two services. Please read through to find out the best one you need. If you need help in choosing the right service for you, please contact us and we will guide you. For a fixed fee, the full application preparation and submission service is our most comprehensive service which includes unlimited support and aftercare even after submission of your application to the Home Office. We fully prepare your application, provide you full advice and support from the very start to the end. We will submit your application to the UK Home Office on your behalf and follow the application until decided by the Home Office, UK. There are no VAT and hidden charges.
The Nationality Application Checking Service is suitable for the clients who has already prepared their application and would like their application is checked before sending to the Home Office. Our fixed fee for this service is £180. We will check all the documents and the application form for error and omissions. We will advice you about improvement to your application. The service is provided over the phone, by email, post, WhatsApp or combination of some of all of them. It normally involves few hours of work.
|Service||Description of Service||Fixed Fees|
|Book Full Application Preparation & Submission Service||Comprehensive service. All work covered from start to the end. No VAT, no hidden charges. Allocated caseworker. The Fees is for the first applicant. An additional person/ dependant pays only £100 when applying together.|
√ Full advice about all queries related to visa application
√ List of documents for your immigration application
√ Full prepare and complete the application form
√ Pay visa fees and other applicable fees on your behalf – Of course you will reimburse us for any disbursements
√ Submit the application form and application as registered immigration representative
√ Upload all the documents or submit to the Home Office by post
√ Book Bio-metrics appointment to capture your fingerprints and photo at one of the visa application centre
√ Continuous advice from the day one until a decision is made by the embassy or Home Office
|Book Application & Documents Checking Service||Application and documents checking service. |
√ Checking your application form
√ Also check all the documents
√ Mark all mistakes, errors and omissions in the application
√ Highlight missing documents
|Book 20 Minutes Consultation Appointment||Ask questions about immigration and visa applications.||£30|
|Book Free Initial Consultation||Discuss you matter briefly. Know your options and most suitable visa option.||FREE|
Other ways to Book
You can book service online by following above links. Alternatively contact us and we will book service:
By phone: UK +44 (0)1782 703199, +44 (0)7944132344
By email: firstname.lastname@example.org
WhatsApp/ Text Message: +447944132344
After Booking Service: Next Step
Once we received your booking, we will start working on your immigration straight away. In the first instance, we will call you to know about circumstances to compile the list of documents you need for your application. We will send a detailed email containing the:
- List of Required Documents
- Required Information
On receiving above, we will check them and start preparing your application. If there is any information missing or documents are not in the correct format, we will contact you, advice you the alternative documents you can provide. Full support is provided. Once application is complete, we will send you copy of draft application for your approval. On getting your consent to submit the application, application will be submitted. Read more details.
Got a question, contact us
Should you need to ascertain that you are British National or not or if you have any other question, please contact us for advice. Alternatively, read FAQ’s or send us a quick message and we will get back to you as soon as possible. We aim to respond all queries within 1 working day.
Send a message on WhatsApp. This is the quickest way to get answer to your queries. We normally respond promptly during working hours.