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Category Archives: British citizenship

British Citizenship: The Top 6 Things You Need to Know Before Applying

British Citizenship: The Top 6 Things You Need to Know Before Applying
You have indefinite leave to remain or 'settled status', and you want to apply for British Citizenship? Hang on for a few minutes. Don't start the application process without having a clear idea of it, like jumping into the sea without knowing how to swim and expecting to reach the shore. Yo

Your British citizenship application will be rejected if you fail the Good Character requirements

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If you want your British citizenship application to be approved by the Home Office, you must satisfy their Good Character requirements. If you are not able to fulfil this Good Character test, your British citizenship application will be denied. It is very important that you keep this in mind when ap

British citizenship application for children is 22 times more costly than Germany

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The cost of British citizenship for children has skyrocketed by more than 150% in 7 years, from £386 in 2010 to £973 as of January 2018. The government is under pressure over this as a large number of young people marched on Westminster to protest against the high fees, which make it impossibl

European Union citizens run for British citizenship before Brexit vote

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An increased number of British citizenship applications are being submitted right now by European Nationals worrying that Britain voting to leave the European Union (also called “Brexit”) would threaten their status in the UK. If the UK does leave the European Union, EU citizens could loose thei

What does British Citizenship mean to you?

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What does British Citizenship mean to you? We asked several foreign-born citizens the question, “What does British Citizenship mean to you?” Such a loaded a question for many people, at least that is what it seemed like from the responses we received. This question seemed to bring up a lot of