UK Naturalisation and Citizenship applications reconsiderations will require a fee
04 August 2010
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In future if your UK Naturalisation and Citizenship application is refused and you wish UKBA to reconsider their decision you will need to pay a GBP100 fee. Since 6 April 2010 the UK Government has had the power to charge fees for the reconsideration of a refused application for UK naturalization or registration as a British Citizen..
From 1 September 2010 the following changes will come into place:
- You will have to pay a GBP100 fee for reconsideration of a refused UK Naturalisation or Citizenship application.
- If you do not pay the GBP100 for a reconsideration of your citizenship application you reconsideration application will be considered invalid and will be returned.
- If your application for reconsideration is unsuccessful the UK Government will keep the GBP100 fee. If your application is successful GBP80 will be kept to pay for the citizenship ceremony (if relevant). The remaining GBP20 fee paid will be refunded.