The process of securing British Citizenship is notoriously gruelling. From start to finish, the process can take years. And at the end of the process, there is no guarantee you will get the outcome you want. Many people apply for British Citizenship as they want to feel more secure. So when their application is refused,…

The benefits of British citizenship are well-documented. As a British citizen, you’ll have access to the world, with 152 countries welcoming you without a visa. You’ll also have access to the National Health Service (NHS) , one of the most advanced social healthcare systems in the world. There’s no denying that British citizenship is valuable,…

There are two ways to obtain British citizenship. Individuals are either British citizens by descent or they are British citizens otherwise than by descent. Otherwise than by descent simply means those who are British from birth, by registration, by naturalisation or through adoption. Those who have British citizenship otherwise than by descent will be able…

Your parents cared for you in your youth, so it’s only natural to want to return the favour when they reach old age. If you are currently living in the UK and want to know about the process of bringing your parents to the UK as your dependents, this article is for you. According to…

If you are planning to apply for registration for British Citizenship for your child under the age of 18, you will need to use Form MN1. In this article, we will explain all you need to know about child registration as a British citizen using Form MN1. What are the benefits of British Citizenship for…

The journey to acquiring British Citizenship might not be simple, but it certainly has its benefits. Once you have settled in the UK and made it your home, you might feel a special kinship with this country. At this stage, you might find that you are ready to apply for British Citizenship. It can take…

New Rules for a Stateless Child Born in the UK A child born in the United Kingdom on or after 1 January 1983 to non-British parents (who are not settled in the UK) may be eligible for registration as a British citizen under the British Nationality Act 1981 (as amended) as a Stateless Person. New…

In a citizenship application, the Secretary of State for the Home Department decides whether the applicant is a person of good character or not based on an individual’s circumstances and personal history. If an application is refused on basis of the Secretary of State for the Home Department’s concerns regarding someone’s character, it is likely…

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