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British Naturalisation Test






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British Naturalization exam, better known as the ‘Life in the UK’ test, is one of the essential and mandatory steps in obtaining the naturalization status in the UK. You are allowed to sit for this exam any number of times to pass it. However, as it involves a fee of £50 for each sitting, it makes sense to prepare well and pass it in one sitting.

Appearing for the British Naturalization Exam

On arrival, you will be required to furnish the following:

  • Full name
  • Date of Birth
  • Nationality
  • Country
  • Place of Birth
  • Postcode
  • Reference from Home Office
  • Purpose for taking the exam
  • Photographic ID
  • Payment (if not already made)

After verifying your details, the supervisor will allot you a computer and go over the instructions. You will get to take a practice test before starting the actual test. Once signalled to start the actual test, you will have to answer 24 questions in a time slot of 45 minutes. You need to answer 18 of these correctly to pass the British Naturalization exam. If you have any medical condition, you will get an extension of time.

The British Naturalization Exam or the British Citizenship Test is the only means by which you can achieve permanent citizenship of the UK. To turn your dreams into reality, you have to pass the British Naturalization Exam. And we are here to make your task easy.

Go through our free Sample British Citizenship Test. We are sure that you are going to appreciate our intellectual efforts. Then, to buy our standard and premium packages, register your name and follow the instructions.

Our sample questions will definitely help you in passing the actual British Naturalization Exam. Appear for the examination as a fully prepared candidate.

  • any place that an immigration office may use to conduct his duties
  • any airport in the United Kingdom
  • in a specifically allocated control zone or any 'supplementary control zone'
  • any designated holding facility that is short-term in nature
  • police stations
  • any hospital in the UK
  • a young offender institution
  • remand center or prison
  • Campsfield House Immigration Removal Centre
  • Tinsley House Immigration Removal Centre
  • Gatwick Airport, West Sussex
  • Oakington Reception Centre
  • Harmondsworth Immigration Removal Centre
  • Yarl's Wood Immigration Removal Centre
  • Dungavel House Immigration Removal Centre
  • Lindholme Immigration Removal Centre
  • Haslar Immigration Removal Centre
  • Dover Immigration Removal Centre
  • Colnbrook Immigration Removal Centre
  • Brook House Immigration Removal Centre
  • Any mobile detention facility that may be a vehicle and is adapt for that use

When this particular act was brought in, the Immigration Direction 2008 (Places of Detention) Act was revoked