British Naturalisation

By its definition, naturalisation is a legal process through which someone changes their nationality. Successful applicants for British naturalisation are officially considered British citizens internationally, and carry all the same rights, both nationally and internationally, as anyone born in the UK.

For a long time, people living in the UK under foreign citizenship had not been able to apply to become a full British national through naturalisation. For example, before 1844, UK naturalisation could only be granted by an official and private act of parliament. Since 1844, the costs of naturalisation have come down, and it has been dealt with directly by the Home Office itself.


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