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Naturalisation certificate arrived at council, how long until ceremony invitation?

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    Good evening,

    I have received my approval letter for British citizenship from the home office on 12th of March. Today, I had a letter from my council, saying that they received my naturalisation certificate, but that I have to wait for an invitation letter from the Home Office before I can book my invitation. Does anyone know how long it normally takes to receive the ceremony invitation once the council received the naturalisation certificate?

    Many thanks for your help.

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    Originally posted by skye86 View Post
    Good evening,

    I have received my approval letter for British citizenship from the home office on 12th of March. Today, I had a letter from my council, saying that they received my naturalisation certificate, but that I have to wait for an invitation letter from the Home Office before I can book my invitation. Does anyone know how long it normally takes to receive the ceremony invitation once the council received the naturalisation certificate?

    Many thanks for your help.
    Morning,

    They should send the invitation letter when they sent the certificate to the council, at least that's the general idea.

    I've moved your post to our ceremonies waiting lounge, where you can see our members' experiences: Ceremonies Waiting Lounge - UKCEN Citizenship and Residence for European Nationals and their families

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