Use this online form to apply for British citizenship by naturalisation.
You can also apply on behalf of a child under 18 if they meet the eligibility criteria. Read more about citizenship for children under 18 in Guide MN1.
Before you apply
Before you begin your application, ensure you can provide the following:
If you already have a certificate for knowledge of the English language to at least B1 level, used as part of a successful settlement application, you can use this towards this application.
You also need to provide one of the following:
For further information on residence requirements, eligibility, referees and the evidence we require, read the guidance notes and requirements booklet.
Find out more about the fees for citizenship applications.
Any reference in this form to EEA nationals includes Swiss nationals.
This service allows you to keep hold of your documents whilst your application is being processed. If you want to apply for British citizenship through this service, you must apply online (you will not be able to use the paper form). If you want to make a joint citizenship and passport application, you must also use this online service. You will need to attend an appointment with them within 10 working days of submitting your online application. You may want to check availability before you submit your application.
If you plan to apply for British citizenship through the nationality checking service, you must use the paper form.
You cannot apply online. You should download and complete the paper form. (This includes people who live in the Channel Islands, on the Isle of Man or in a British Overseas Territory).
How long it takes you to complete the application will depend on your situation. You will be able to save your application and come back to it at another time if you need to.
If you are inactive for 25 minutes you will be automatically logged out.
Form AN - Use form AN to apply for citizenship by naturalisation if you are living in the UK
Form AN is the Application for naturalisation as a British Citizen. You will fill out the application according to your specific eligibility. You will be required to provide such information as: biographical data; proof of residency requirement; and employment information. If you are an EEA national, Swiss national, or the child, spouse, or civil partner of a UK citizen, you will need to provide evidence of this relationship.
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1.This is the only official government service for booking the Life in the UK Test. You need to take the test as part of your application for British citizenship or settlement in the UK. You must book your Life in the UK Test online at least 3 days in advance. It costs £50.
There are around 60 test centres in the UK - choose one of the 5 closest to where you live.
If the centre isn’t close to where you live, you won’t be allowed to sit the test and you won’t get a refund. You must bring proof of your address to the test.
2. What happens at the test, what you have bring and what happend if you fail test?
You’ll be tested on information in the official Life in the UK Test - you should study this Life in the United Kingdom - download questions and explanation pdf format to prepare for the official test.
You’ll have 45 minutes to answer 24 questions about British traditions and customs.
3. If you fail the test You must wait 7 days before taking the test again, but you can take the test as many times as you need to. You need to book and pay again each time.
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There are different ways to apply for British citizenship based on your circumstances.
You should have lived in the UK for at least 5 years before the date of your application.
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