Naturalisation is the process of obtaining citizenship of the country in which you live permanently. After receiving citizenship and a passport, you become a naturalised citizen, like everyone who has acquired citizenship by birth or registration. under the following sections of the British Nationality Act 1981.
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You can apply for UK citizenship by “naturalisation” if you:
- are 18 or older
- married or in a civil partnership with a UK citizen
- lived in the UK at least three years before the application date
You can apply as soon as you get one of the following:
- proof of permanent residence confirming your permanent residence status
- indefinite vacation to stay in the UK.
- “Established status” (also known as “indefinite leave under the EU settlement scheme”)
- indefinite leave to remain in the UK (permission to permanently enter the UK from abroad)
You should also:
- prove that you were in the UK precisely three years before the Home Office received your form;
- demonstrate your knowledge of English, Welsh or Scottish Gaelic;
- show that you passed the test in the UK;
- have a good character – read the booklet Naturalisation AN.
Requirements for the place of residence
You should not have:
- spent more than two hundred and seventy days outside of the UK within three years before applying
- spent more than ninety days outside of the UK in the last 12 months
- violated any UK immigration laws (for example, residing illegally in the UK.)