Thursday, 29 November 2012

British Citizenship

British Citizenship

British Naturalisation, also known as British Citizenship, is the final immigration UK service available to all applicants with permanent residency status or the "Indefinite Leave to Remain" or "ILR". To be eligible to apply for British Citizenship one must have spent a minimum of three to five years living and working in the UK. This means that you should have held the right to work in the UK at all times

Benefits of UK Citizenship

As a British Citizen you will have permanent residency unlike the UK visit visas, travel visas or work permits. The best part about this application is that, once approved there will be no time restrictions upon the holder. A British citizen does not need a UK work permit and successful applicants do not have any restrictions to live and work in the UK

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