06/10/2019 | Success Stories | Aejaz Mussa
This case concerned an applicant who applied for naturalisation as a British Citizen but her application was refused as the Home Office was not satisfied that the applicant had met all the requirements under the British Nationality Act 1981 to be granted British Citizenship in the UK. The applicant visited us and we made a Nationality Reconsideration application which was successful and the applicant has now been granted her British Passport.
If you have applied for Naturalisation as a British Citizen and your application has been refused, you do not have a right of appeal. You can either make a Nationality Reconsideration Application or a fresh application for Naturalisation as a British Citizen. As a fresh application can be very expensive due to the high Home Office fees, you may wish to consider whether a Nationality Reconsideration Application may be appropriate for you. The requirements for British Citizenship and ensuring you meet those requirements can be a complex process and our immigration lawyers are at hand to help you and guide you through the process.
Book a consultation to speak with our expert London immigration solicitors and barristers now about your Nationality Reconsideration case by calling us on 0208 616 1819 or emailing us at email@example.com.
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