The Home Office has finally introduced fee waivers for applications by children for British citizenship requiring them to credibly show that they cannot afford the £1012 application fee.
High Court Strikes Down £1012 Child Citizenship Fee as Unlawful
The High Court has ruled that the Home Office’s £1,012 fee to register a child as a British citizen is unlawful. In a landmark judgment,
Legal challenge to £1012 fee to register children as British citizens begins in the High Court
The High Court is hearing a landmark challenge to the government’s imposition of an application fee of over £1000 to children seeking to register as
High Court to consider lawfulness of £1012 fee to register children as British Citizens
High Court to consider lawfulness of £1012 fee to register children as British citizens.
Changes to Minimum Income Rule for Spouse Visa Now in Force
On 10 August 2017, the Home Office’s new guidance in relation to the minimum income threshold (MIT) required to sponsor a partner or child to
High Court: Unregistered Indian Children Born in the UK are Stateless and Entitled to British Citizenship
UPDATE: The Indian High Commission is no longer issuing applicants with Non-Acquisition of Indian Nationality Certificates (NACs). It is now necessary to apply to VFS