We can help to reduce unnecessary delays when applying for British citizenship.
If you are applying for naturalisation as a British citizen you will need to show that you know about life in the UK. You must do this in two ways:
For more information about the test and the classes, visit Life in the UK »
Enquiries about your application progress or the decision should be made to the Home Office. If you require further advice, you should contact the Home Office »
We ensure that your form is correctly filled in and we submit your application to the Home Office. This helps reduce unnecessary delays when applying for British citizenship. Completed applications are checked for accuracy (with the documents you have provided and fees). Please note that the Nationality Checking Service does not ensure that a client's application will be approved or that the Home Office will not request further documents.
Our advisers are trained and registered to check and send your application. They will:
Using the NCS is optional. You can also apply directly to the Home Office or use a solicitor or other agent.
The NCS does not offer:
Our advisers are registered with the Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner (OISC), an independent body established by parliament, which regulates organisations offering services of this kind.
Telephone: 01895 250418
Payment in advance of your appointment is required by credit or debit card.
Payment in advance of your appointment is required by credit or debit card. Two full working days notice must be given to re-arrange an appointment and two full working days notice are also required to cancel any appointment before a refund will be considered.
There will be no refund for non-attendance or if the appointment is abandoned by the Registrar.
The London Borough of Hillingdon will not accept responsibility for any loss of fees paid in respect of the checking service or to the Home Office, should you decide to send your application through the Nationality Checking Service against the recommendation of the Nationality Checking Officer.
Furthermore, fees will not be refunded in the event that your application is either refused by the Home Office or is withdrawn by you.
|Type of application||What you need to bring|
|Single adult application|
|Joint adult application - husband and wife||For this you will need all of the above as well as:|
Marriage/Civil Partnership Certificate (accompanied by an official translation if not in English).
|Single adult application - married to a British citizen|
|If you are an EEA National you must exercise your treaty rights. If you are an A8|
EEA national (entered the EU in 2004) and are working, you must have the Workers Registration. If you are a student you must have Comprehensive Sickness Insurance. Failure to do so will result in a failed application.
|Alternative evidence for adults|
|Minor documents required|
|Alternative evidence for minor (to cover past 2 years)|
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