British Citizenship is one of the most important aspect of UK immigration and applying for British Citizenship is the last step of fully integrating into the British society. The most common way to become a British Citizen is through naturalisation. In some cases, a person may be eligible to register as a British Citizen. Application for naturalisation or registration as a British Citizen is made under British Nationality Act 1981.
Becoming a British citizen is a significant life event. It allows you to apply for a British passport, and gives you the opportunity to participate more fully in the life of your local community. There are different ways to become a British citizen. You can either naturalise as a British Citizen (Naturalisation as a British Citizen) or register as a British Citizen (Registration as British Citizen).
If your application for British Citizenship is refused by the Home Office UKVI, you can apply for the reconsideration of the nationality application.