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Nationality Checking Service

We are part of the Nationality Checking Service which, for a charge, allows us to check your completed application.

If you wish to apply to become a British CitizenOpens new window you must first check whether you are eligible and complete an application form.  

It is the applicant's responsibility to make sure they meet all the requirements for citizenship. We cannot give nationality advice.

If you need immigration or nationality advice you can go to an immigration/nationality advisor registered with the Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner (OISC) before applying.

The City and County of Swansea are not responsible whatsoever for the outcome of the application.

About the Nationality Checking Service

We will

  • make sure you have paid the correct fee to the accounting officer at the Home Office
  • make sure all the right documents are enclosed
  • photocopy your passports, travel documents and any other documents requested by the Home Office and certify that they are true copies
  • inform you of any outstanding documents required
  • send your completed application, certified photocopies of your passports and all other documents and fees to the Home Office
  • return passports and other documents to you at your appointment

Please note:

  • An application form must be completed for each adult and each child who is applying for British Citizenship
  • All applications must be completed before you attend your checking appointment
  • Each adult must attend the checking appointment but children under the age of 18 need not attend
  • The Nationality Checking Service is not able to provide immigration advice. It is your responsibility to ensure that you are eligible to apply for British Citizenship
  • Using the Nationality Checking Service is not a guarantee that your application(s) will be successful.
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