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World leader in British citizenship applications

British nationality law is extraordinarily complex and many people who have claims to British citizenship are unaware of their rights. That’s where our team comes in. We make the process of researching your options and applying for British citizenship as simple as possible.

Free British citizenship assessment


Discover if you qualify for British citizenship through your heritage. Our online assessment uses your personal circumstances, and those of your parents and grandparents, to let you know your chances of attaining a British passport.


Experienced consultants to handle complex immigration cases

We have experience and expertise in various nationality paths. Select the route closest
to your circumstances to find out more.

Naturalise as a British citizen
Citizenship through naturalisation
Become a resident of the UK and eventually naturalise
UK citizenship by birth or descent
Born in the UK and descent from a British parent
Grandparent born in the UK
You could be eligible if you have a British grandparent
Indian and Arabian ancestry
Including the Indian Sub-Continent and Arabian Peninsula
Claims for children under 18
Register your children for British citizenship
Types of British nationals
All the various types of British nationals and territories
Extraordinary circumstances
Whatever your situation is our experts can help
British citizenship services
Our comprehensive list of British citizenship-related services

Standard claims

Many claims to British nationality are straightforward, and are made up of one of the following:

  • Born in the UK before 1 January 1983
  • A parent born in the UK before 1 January 1983
  • A parent naturalised in the UK before your birth
  • Naturalisation through residency in the UK

Non-standard claims

All other claims to British citizenship have to be determined by reference to old nationality law and the independence day arrangements (and constitution) of the relevant countries of your family (i.e. your parents and grandparents). This requires researching legal documents dating back as far as 1906.

A further difficulty is that such applications do not have a standard application form and so a written explanation of how you qualify (and why) has to be made to the Home Office – and you will be required to quote the necessary nationality law substantiating this.

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