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Guide to naturalisation as a British citizen
8% of applications for naturalisation as a British citizens are rejected by the Home Office, without the fee being returned. These guides aim to inform people wishing to become British of common pitfalls in the process.
HOME OFFICE NATIONALITY GUIDANCE
EU citizens and British citizenship
Information for EU citizens considering applying for British citizenship
An applicant for naturalisation as a British citizen must prove they are “of good character”. But what does this mean? In this eposts we explore different aspects of what lawyers call the “good character test”.
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