March 26, 2015

Application to register as a British citizen: Form UKF

The application to register as a British citizen is now up on the UK Visas and Immigration section of the UK government's website.  Although commencement isn't until April 6, this will give you time to prepare in advance and gather all of the required documents together. 

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/application-to-register-as-a-british-citizen-form-ukf 
 
Here is the guide, and you'll need to read this before filling out the application form -

https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/417972/Guide_UKF_-_March_2015.pdf 
 
 
 Here is the fee schedule.  Anything that has to do with us is called "UKF" (UK Father).  Those applying will have to pay the ceremony fee of 80GBP. 

https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/415145/Master_Fees_Leaflet_2015.pdf

Keep in mind that this application is first for the consideration.  Once they accept and process the application, you will be sent an invitation to attend your citizenship ceremony.  You will have to complete the ceremony in order to get your citizenship and it will have to be completed in three months after receipt of the invitation.  You can arrange to do this locally, in your own country.  You do not have to go to the UK to complete this step. 
 
Once you complete the citizenship ceremony, you will then receive your certificate of registration as a British citizen.  It is with this certificate that you can move forward and apply for your UK passport. 
 
You will have to pass a good character requirement to be considered for registration.  If you have committed any major crimes, this will most likely have an impact on your application. The guide explains this all in detail.


77 comments:

  1. Do you know if you need to have lived in the UK at all prior to applying for this? It asks for a National Insurance number but I don't have one as I've never been allowed to work there, hence needing this form...

    Also, do you know who I can email while in Canada (Toronto specifically) cause everyone I have been email just never gets back to me and I'd really love to sit with someone to fill this form out so I don't get anything wrong.

    Sorry.

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  2. You do not need to have lived in the UK at all prior to applying for your passport. The NI number bit is for those applying within the UK. I'm sorry, but I don't have a contact in the Toronto area. The application is pretty straightforward, but if you require help, you might want to look at the "Find Immigration Advice" section of the ILPA (http://www.ilpa.org.uk/) and take it from there. The ILPA are a very reputable organization. I hope this helps.

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  3. I have all the required documents together for this (biological dads long form birth certificate, paternity test) BUT it also requires "registration as a citizen of the United Kingdom and Colonies" - is this not just the birth certificate? My father was very young when his parents immigrated to Canada, is there a chance he won't have been registered?

    Any input would be helpful :)

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    1. Hi Kim, You are all set. Your father's British long form birth certificate is the proof you need in this case. Registration is for something different. To anyone else reading this, it's important that you use your father's long form birth certificate. These can be ordered from overseas from the UK as well. Kim, please include your father's UK passport too, even if it's expired.

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  4. hi, i'm at the start of applying for my 2 eldest to become british citizen. they have always lived here (10 and 13) and their biological father is british. I've managed to purchase his long birthcertificate from an online service, but have no idea where he lives or even any way of getting hold of him ! would they accept the application without his signature ?
    also the kids have belgian identity cards at the moment and it states that you have to send the passports. does that mean that they will be without valid travel documents for 6 months or more or do they send them back quickly ?
    and thirdly (so sorry ! ) they have changed their name from their name at birth (L) to my husbands name (H)... their belgian id cards are in name of L (and the belgian authorities will not change the name as it's done by uk deedpoll) but they do not wish to have that name any longer and wish the citizen ship certificate to be under their now name of H.... what on earth do i do, apply under H and enclose the deedpoll documents or will that confuse everything too much ???
    sorry to be such a pain, this is such a minefield....

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  5. Hi Kathy,
    I'm sorry, but all of these factors are out of my area of knowledge. You might want to get in touch with the PRCBC, who can either help you or direct you to someone who can - https://prcbc.wordpress.com/

    I hope this helps.

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  6. Hi
    I am about to apply for British Citizenship by a person born before 1st July 2006 whose parents were not married (Form UKF). I'm not clear if I need to take the 'Life in the UK' test before applying or not, any advice? The guidance notes highlighting what documents need to be sent do not say anything about this test however all the information I have read online about applying for citizenship says you have to take this test.
    Thank you in advance

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  7. Hi Vicki,

    UKF applicants are only required to take the ceremony oath. That is why you must pay the £80 fee. It's to set up your ceremony. We don't have to take the Life in the UK test.

    I hope this helps and, good luck!

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  8. What if the person applying using UKF is a child (under 16)? Presumably they can't take an oath so does this mean that they don't need to go to a ceremony (i.e. is the application therefore free?)

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    1. Hi Arnold, Children under the age of 18 do not have to attend a citizenship ceremony, so do not have to pay the fee.

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  9. Hi I am going to apply with form UKF.

    I'm unsure if I need my all of my grandparents details as well as my parents??

    It says: see section 2 of the guide, but there's nothing in the guide saying wether or not he details are needed.. e.g 'year they obtained british citizenship' and 'place of birth'

    Does anyone know how much info is required?

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  10. Hi Sam, was your father born in the UK? You don't need your grandparent's information if your father was born in the UK.

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  11. hi my father had is British passport before I was born in 1984 and he died in england in 2014.all I have has prove is his passport photocopy. dead certificate. pictures of us.and letters he wrote me before I started visiting the uk.mimi

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  12. Hi Mimi,

    You will first need to establish what kind of UK citizenship your father had before proceeding with an application. Was he British by "descent" or "otherwise by descent" ("otherwise by descent" means he was born on UK soil)? Also, is he listed on your birth certificate? If not, do you have any court legal documents which proves he is your father?

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  14. Hi,just for clarification,i 've applied for citizenship using form UKF.
    They have replied within 3 days and sent me a letter to register for biometrics but no deductions of money have been made from my account.
    I had filled in the payment slip with £936.
    I could only see that fee for children on the fee slip.
    Has anyone applied for a child before ?What was the charge?Whenxwas it taken before or after biometrics?
    Any infois well come.

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  15. Hi Sylvia, the fee for anyone over the age of 18 is only £80. There is no fee for a child under the age of 18. It is to cover the citizenship ceremony. It does not cost £936. That cost is for naturalization, which is not the purpose of the UKF form. I'm afraid the Home Office does not make the fee schedule clear. I hope this helps.

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  16. Hi, I am currently applying for my citizenship through UKF and was wondering if I have to send the original birth certificates, or whether certified government copied will suffice as I don't want to lose the originals in the mail. Thank you

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    1. Hi Vanessa, Yes. You will need the original documents. I know it's a pain, but when you send them, please make sure to send them via a method where you can track the package. Also, please make scans for yourself. I hope this helps.

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  17. My daughter is applying with this form and is 17. I can't find where it says what the fees are?

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    1. Hi, There are no fees for children under the age of 18. There is also no need for a citizenship ceremony. I hope this helps!

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  18. Hi, i applied 4 months ago and a decision has yet to made on my application. On the other hand i have 2 weeks left on my visitors visa and they still have my documents including my passport. Ideally i would love to have my ceremony at the area where i reside here in the Uk plus i know its a lot quicker to apply and receive my British passport from within. Please any advice on how i can approach this?
    Thanks.

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  19. Hi Sandra, please contact your MP. Unfortunately, UKVI will not help until the wait has gone past 6 months.

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  20. Hi, I was told if my son wants British citizenship, we need to pay £80 fee (he is 12, british father, we live together but not married). I am reading the comments now where it says children dont pay any fees. Does it mean I only fill in the UKF form and send it without any payment?

    Thank you,

    Lu

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    1. Hello Lulu,

      Correct. Because your son is under the age of 18, he does not have to pay the £80 fee. Simply complete and submit the most updated UKF application without a payment.

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  21. Hi. I'm in the process of applying with the UFF form for my 12 year old daughter. British father, not married, I'm French. It says we should send her passport. How long does it take to get the documentation back? (was planning to go on hols in May)Thanks

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  22. Hi Patricia, I'm sorry, but there is no confirmed time frame. I am seeing some get their approvals within 2 months, but that's depends on many factors, one of which is how busy it is at UKVI. Please note that there will be two processes - one to register your daughter, which is what the UKF application is for. When she gets approval and receives her Certificate of British Citizenship, you will then have the second process which is to apply for her British passport. She will get her documents back after the approval. I hope this helps.

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  23. Hello, my daughter is 13 years old,she was born in the Uk to a undocumented jamaican mother we were never married. I am British born in the Uk how do I go about registering her. Also on the government website there is a few of 985 to register for a child is this correct? Thank you.

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  24. Hi Harvey, You would just have to complete the UKF application. There are no fees if your child is under the age of 18 and applying under 4G (born in the UK). The £985 fee is for something different.

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  25. Hello,
    I'm filling out my UKF registration form as US citizen with English dad. I've never lived or worked in UK-- yet it asks "address of tax office or tax office reference." How do I respond? Also, how long do they hold onto the passports?- Thank you.

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    1. Hello, Fingerless Writer, You don't have to complete the tax information section (2.5). That is for those born, raised, and living in the UK who are applying. US applicants do not have to fulfill that requirement, so leave that space blank. UKVI will hold your passport until they make a decision on your application. Your passport and supporting documents will all be returned with your acceptance letter. That could take anywhere from one to six months. The wait times are much shorter than when the law first commenced.

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  26. Our timeline, for a child born in the UK and living in the UK...
    18.03.17 UKF form sent
    02.04.17 Invite to biometrics
    03.04.17 email acknowledgement
    07.04.17 Biometrics done
    03.05.17 Approval letter with all supporting documents received dated 28.04.17
    04.05.17 Certificate arrived dated 28.04.17
    So, start to finish in about six weeks.
    Hardest part for us was finding a "professional person" who knew him for three years - UKF certainly wasn't designed with child applicants in mind!

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  27. Hi, I'm from the Philippines(currently living and btw i'm 26) and my father's British. We want to apply for UKF however we dont know where to start. Do you have any ideas for any Legal Adviser in the Philippines or sites that i can go to??

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    1. Hi Anna, you can begin here: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/application-to-register-as-a-british-citizen-form-ukf

      It's a pretty straightforward application, so legal advice isn't much needed unless you feel you have a very complicated case. Many people have been completing the application on their own without immigration help, but if you need legal assistance, or feel you would like a "second pair of eyes" to go over your application, I would suggest you look at the legal help section of the British Consulate page for the Philippines.

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  28. Hi Arnold, thank you so much for this timeline. It's really a huge help for many out there who may be unsure of timing on their applications. I know the kids born in the UK were in the most serious situation as most were essentially stateless, and a few have asked about timing issues with their applications, so this is definitely a huge help. Thank you!

    I agree about the "professional person" bit for a child. It's not the most savvy application out there!

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  29. Hi all, I am currently applying for UK citizenship using the UKF form, and I am a bit unsure about the fees. Could I get the total needed to pay and also a breakdown if possible.

    Cheers thanks.

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  30. Hi, If you're over the age of 18, you only pay the £80 "citizenship ceremony" fee. Make sure the payment slip is enclosed with your application. You can print it off and complete it from here: https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/607005/NationalityFeesLeaflet_2017.pdf

    I hope this helps!

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  31. Hi Ukccen, I sent in my UKF application in March 2017 with all the required original documents except for my Birth Certificate which is certified. My apllication was refused and the reason given by Home office was that, they do not accept my claim as the biological daughter of my father. Home office has advised me to apply for Reconsideration. Do you have an idea on the process of submitting an NR Form? as I will like to know if I will need to send back my original documents along with my DNA report, and also the dead line for submitting a Reconsideration Request as no dead line was stated in my Refusal letter.
    I want to submit an NR form with a DNA test report to prove that I am the biological daughter of my father. Please any details you have about this process will be very helpful.
    Thank you so much.

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  32. Oh no! :( I'm so sorry you're going through this. I honestly do not have any experience in this area, or the process. You might want to ask the folks at https://www.immigrationboards.com/ - first check to see if anyone has already posted about their experiences. If not, you can register and post your query. I really hope things go smooth and successful for you. Please do let me know how everything goes, as this is a first here, so that you can help any others who go through the process in the future. Good luck. xx

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  33. Hi hkccen, i would like to know if my father is claimed to be British by a scheme, but my grandparents are not British, so do I have to fill in the part of grandparents information as well?
    Also, what’s mean by professional person?
    Is a retired person qualified or occupation like photographer qualified?
    I will be appreciated if you can answer me;))

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  34. Hi Ying, If your father was born in the UK, on UK soil, you can complete your UKF application without adding your grandparent's information. That section is for dad's who are not citizens "by descent". If your father was born on UK soil before 1982, he is a citizen "otherwise by descent" and your application should be straightforward as a result. As for professional person, it should be someone with a degree or a professional qualification. In my case, I had my (retired) Pastor sign for me and for the other professional person, I asked a friend who was from the UK, who had a computer science degree, to sign. A retired person and a photographer is definitely qualified to sign your application. I hope this helps. :)

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  35. Hi there, my father was not born in the UK but he became a British Citizen by registration and holds a British passport. Would this still count? Or does the father have to be born in the UK?

    Thanks!

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  36. One of my little guys will, in due course, be in that situation. If your British parent was born abroad, they can normally only pass on British citizenship to children who were themselves born in the UK. i.e. if you were born in the UK, you would be British through the UKF route.

    The exception to this is if your father's British mother or father was in Crown service at the time of his birth. In that case, he would be able to pass on British citizenship to you through UKF.

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  37. Arnold is correct. If your father was born abroad to British parents he would be British "by descent", and would only be able to pass on his citizenship to a child born in the UK or if he is in the Crown service at the time of the child's birth.

    A British father must be born on UK soil in order to pass his citizenship on to a child born abroad.

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    1. Thanks for the replies. Obviously this is disappointing as we've been told I fulfil the criteria. Where in the UKF forms can I find this information? As I cannot find anywhere that rejects applications because of this. My father became British otherwise than by descent, and I have been told he will be able to pass down his citizenship to me. However, if he was British BY DESCENT, he would not.

      Thanks for any help

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  38. jpritchy, if your father became British "otherwise than by descent", you are possibly eligible, so please don't give up. British nationality is confusing and if he naturalized as a citizen, he would be British "otherwise than by descent" and would be able to pass his citizenship on to you. I found this link which explains the term. If you are unsure, you can always contact the Home Office, or an attorney through your country's British consulate/embassy page. Don't give up! http://www.workpermit.com/immigration/united-kingdom/british-citizenship-descent-or-otherwise

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    1. Thanks so much ukccen. Its disheartening - keep getting given hope and then someone says different things! Really appreciate the help. He was British otherwise than by descent so I'm still hopeful.

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  39. Good Morning, please assist me. I am currently doing the application UKF for my son who is now 16 and I'm very confused about the payment. UKM, UKF are listed under adults applying for British Citizenship, for children under 18 there is no mention of price for UKF applications... Please help

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  40. Hi Mel, Since your son is under the age of 18, there is no payment. The £80 fee is for the citizenship ceremony, which only those 18 and over must attend. The only payment will be for his UK passport.

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  41. Hi all. I am the child of a British citizen born in a British overseas territory. My dad got his citizenship in 2002, which is after I was born. My parents are also unmarried. Can I apply using this form? Thanks.

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  42. Hi Marlon, is your father a British Overseas Territory citizen? If he is, unfortunately, you will not be eligible for citizenship through him, unless he naturalized in the UK and became a citizen "otherwise by descent". Please let me know and I can direct to you to the BOT Campaign, who are pushing to change the law to allow children born to unmarried BOT fathers acquire UK citizenship. Thanks.

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  43. Hi. Thanks for your reply. My dad became a British Citizen "otherwise by decent" in 2002. He is no longer a BOTC. Does it matter the fact that he was a BOTC at the time of my birth or am I eligible based on the fact that he is a British citizen "otherwise by decent."

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  44. It appears that it would only apply if you were born after he became naturalized, although you might want to speak with an immigration solicitor to confirm.

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  45. Hi. I am looking at applying for citizenship through the route of the UKF form. I was born in the UK and my father is British. Will I still be successful even if I don't have a passport. The list of documentation mentions it but I have never had a passport.

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  46. Hi Jess, Yes your application will be successful if you don't have a passport and you are applying from the UK. Many kids who were born in the UK have applied from the UK. It won't be a problem.

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  47. Hello. I know this has been asked a lot of times above but would just want to confirm if aside from the £80 ceremony fee, payment will also include the £1163 fee for registration as stated in the list of fees. Also correct me if I'm wrong but as above as well, originals including the passport will be sent together with the application.
    Will be pushing with my application in a few days so hoping for your response, and wish me good luck!

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  48. Hi Meryl, If you are outside the UK and completing a UKF application, you only need to pay the £80 citizenship ceremony fee. The £1163 fee is for something different and would only be for someone applying within the UK. If you are resident and applying within the UK, please let me know.

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    1. Hello Ukccen, that makes sense alright! And yes I am outside the UK. Just wondering though, I find it hard to find a courier service that would deliver my documents back to the Philippines (they can only just send it to UKVI). In any case what courier service in the UK can I use to send back my documents here - saw that Royal Mail is possible to send my docs back but I don't know if UKVI will drop my document at RM or should RM pick it up at UKVI?

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    2. Hi Meryl, UKVI will return your original documents to you regardless, but I don't know if it will come with an option to track the package. What a fellow campaigner did was have a friend in the UK mail us each a pre-paid, pre-addressed envelope from the RM which had a track & trace number. We each sent these envelopes along with our completed applications. The RM did return our original documents back to us in the pre-paid envelopes we sent to them. However, if you choose this route, please make sure you choose the Polythene mailing envelope and NOT the (paper) cardboard envelope as they arrived to our homes ripped! In fact, my passport was hanging out of the package!

      If anyone reading this has any knowledge of how the UKVI returns original documents, please let us know. I do know when I applied for my first British passport, all my documents were returned to me via DHL with a tracking number.

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  49. Hi, I would like to apply under the UK F form however I do not have my Father's naturalization certificate number. and I have a notarized copy of his passport. I was born in the UK and have a full certified birth certificate with my father's name on it. He had right of Abode at the time of my birth then became a citizen. Do you think I stand a chance to Apply?

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  50. Ekua, Did he naturalize before or after your birth? I'm not sure how Right of Abode would work with regards to your right to citizenship if he had not naturalized yet, so I'm afraid I wouldn't know how all that works out.

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  51. Hi ukccen, I applied for registration through the UKF form in August but included the wrong fees. I included the £80 but also the £1163. Do you think this will effect my application?
    Thanks for your help,
    JP

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    1. Hi! It won't affect your application.

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  52. Hello,

    Sorry if I'm asking something that has already been answered (I did look). I'm applying for my daughter who is 17. Where do I send the form to Ottawa? or the Liverpool address in England? I'm a bit uncomfortable sending our actual passports to England (we're in Canada obviously).

    Thank you!!!

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    1. Hi Tim, no Worries for asking! You *must* send the UKF application and supporting documents to the Liverpool address.

      Department 1
      UKVI
      The Capital
      New Hall Place
      Liverpool
      L3 9PP

      Please use a service where you can track your package to know it's arrived safely in Liverpool. Thanks!

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    2. Tim, I think you sent me another question and either you deleted it, or I accidentally deleted it. If it was me, I apologize and could you please resend your question to me? If you purposely deleted your own comment then no worries. Thanks!

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  53. Hi ukccen,

    Thanks for the reply!!! Just have a few more questions to make sure I send everything correctly.

    In the referees and identity section it says "a recent passport size photo", we originally filled this out over a year ago.
    So the photo and the signed referee's are from Feb 2016. Is that OK or do we need to update it.

    I'm still not sure about the docs I need to send.
    I'm sending my daughters, mine and her mum's original birth certificates.
    Do I need to send my daughters active Canadian passport?
    My active British passport?

    Lastly about the fee (again!!!) I know my daughter is 17 so I don't need to pay the cerimony fee.
    But, I read somewhere that if she will turn 18 while they are processing I will need to send it. She turns 18 Jan 2nd.
    Should I send just in case?

    Thanks soo much!!! If you can answer these, I will have no more questions.

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    1. Hi Tim,
      Unfortunately, the Feb 2016 photos will not work. You will have to send photos and signatures that are under 6 months old. As for the supporting documents, they must all be originals. For birth certificates, you will need to send both you and your daughter's long form birth certificates. Nothing can be abridged in anyway. You don't need to send the mother's birth certificate. You definitely need to send your own UK passport, whether it's an active or an expired one. If your daughter has a passport, you must send that too. As for the fee, you're really cutting it close, so I would send it along, but if they refund it that means she won't have to attend the citizenship ceremony, which is specifically what the fee is for. I hope this helps.

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    2. Hi I've just sent my form off but didn't come across any mention of sending my passport along with birth crtificates in the handbook.

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  54. Hi James, It's on page 16 of the Guidance that comes with the application:

    * Your passport
    * Your full birth certificate and either:
    * Your father’s full birth certificate
    * His certificate of naturalisation or registration as a British citizen or as a
    citizen of the United Kingdom and Colonies (or, before 1 January 1949, as
    a British subject)
    * Papers showing his legal adoption
    * His expired citizen of the United Kingdom and Colonies passport
    * Evidence that he was settled in the UK at the time of your birth, if you were
    born in the UK on or after 1 January 1983.

    https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/601496/Guide_UKF__-_March_2017.pdf

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    1. Hi, you're wuite right of course. I was busy trying to get the other bits sorted out.
      Well, second time lucky, fingers crossed.
      BTW when you say "your passport" it refers to my daughter's I presume? She's Spanish and has an ID card but no passport. Should we send that? And do they still seriously need my British passport?

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    2. If your daughter doesn't have a passport, don't worry. It's not necessary unless she has one, then it has to be sent with the application. However, you must include the father's passport, even if expired. Many applicants don't have a passport of their own, which is okay, but the father must send his.

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    3. No problem, James. I know the UKF application is not ideal and it's something I constantly complain about. We shouldn't have to jump through so many bureaucratic hoops for birthright citizenship.

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  55. Hi ukccen,

    I have a complex question which I'm not sure where to turn. My father is British 'otherwise than by descent' as he became naturalised through registration here in the UK. I cannot apply for a passport directly, because my mother is Filipino and she was married in the Philippines before subsequently marrying my father, and the marriage was never annulled. They asked for a divorce certificate which I couldn't provide.

    They came back to me today and said referring to Section 2 of the British Nationality Act 1981 I am able to apply through my father, however I may not be a legitimate child to my father according to Section 50 (9b).

    They have asked me to get my father to fill in Domicile Questionnaire to finally decide.

    My father was born in Sri Lanka to Sri Lankan parents, became a registered citizen in the UK, and married my Filipino mother in Canada in 1992. He gave birth to me in Canada also.

    Is this out of your remit? I am happy to provide more details. Just super stressed with it all.

    Btw, this is for a direct passport application. But I feel like this would affect my UKF application as well if I were to do one as a result of being unsuccessful in my passport application.

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    1. Hi jpritchy, You're right, this is out of my remit - sorry. I'm curious how they found out your mother never got her first marriage annulled. If she and your father had a marriage certificate for their own marriage, then her previous marriage shouldn't come into play, or need to be mentioned. If you're not eligible directly for a passport, and you have to complete a UKF application, then I don't see how your situation would be affected. All they need proof of is if your father was British "otherwise by descent" at the time of your birth and if he's your father.
      When we apply for citizenship through our fathers, our mother's information is not as important as our father's information. Please keep us updated as to the outcome, as your experience could be helpful to others who may be in the same situation.

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