At Primus Solicitors, we can help you with the correction or replacement of your British citizenship certificate. Whether you need full representation or one-off immigration services, we’re here to assist you. Here’s what you need to know:
If you became a British citizen after 30 September 1986 and your certificate is lost or damaged, you can apply to obtain a new one. The cost of this operation is £250, and you must apply online through the UKVI website.
If you need to make corrections to your citizenship certificate, you must apply by post. This applies only if you become a citizen after 30 September 1986. You’ll need to complete the printed application and form and send it to the UKVI.
If the mistake on your certificate was your fault, you’ll need to pay a fee of £250. UKVI will send you a letter telling you if you need to pay.
If you became a British citizen before 30 September 1986, you cannot obtain a new certificate from the UKVI. Instead, you can search the national archives.
Hire our specialist immigration lawyers to help you through this process and ensure a successful outcome for your Replacement or Cotreatment of a British Citizenship Certificate application. Contact us today to learn more about our services and how we can help you with your immigration matter.