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Unfortunately our funding came to an end. We achieved what we set out to do since 2016, which was to help as many people as possible, to secure their status here in the UK after Brexit. It was a great pleasure to be here for all of you during all these years and to share the joy of all your success stories. Each and every success made our day, as did your support and very kind words.

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If you are waiting for your ceremony, please see this

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  • Useful Information If you are waiting for your ceremony, please see this


    If you are waiting for your ceremony invitation, please see below:

    Due to ongoing COVID restrictions, you will have up to 6 months to book your ceremony instead of the usual 12 weeks.

    Some councils do virtual ceremonies.

    You are still required to be in the UK for a virtual ceremony.

    The Home Office is no longer allowing ceremonies abroad.


    If you haven't received your ceremony invitation letter

    Contact the nationality team:


    nationalityenquiries@homeoffice.gov.uk

    FurtherNationalityEnquiries@homeoffice.gov.uk

    CT3CaseworkEnquiries@homeoffice.gov.uk

    citizenship.support@homeoffice.gov.uk

    Further Nationality Enquiries contact number: 0300 123 2253

    If you havent got settled status

    If you haven't got settled status yet because you applied for citizenship with PR, you will need to have settled status by the end of June, unless you have your ceremony before then.

    You don't need settled status if you applied with another form of ILR.

    You only become officially British on the day you have your ceremony and are issued with your naturalisation certificate.

    A decision letter saying your citizenship application was successful or a ceremony invitation letter is not proof of your status in the UK.


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