UK Visa Application Forms

UK Visa Application Forms

The forms of UK Visas applications are different regarding categories and circumstances. Make sure you get the latest version of any application form before you apply and follow all the instructions given within. It is important to find the appropriate form and the latest update (not older than twenty-one days before the application) for a visa application that suits properly with your situation and with a reason for requiring a visa. 

If you need a British Visa or a visa to the UK and want to meet the types as well as the application process, requirements and more, read this article!

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What are the types of UK Visas Application Forms?

Applying for any kind of visa requires submitting an online or paper visa application with the required documents. However, often you have to fill both or partly online, partly paper as many require applying in person or showing up at the appointment. 

The visa application should be done in an application form that is intended for the category under which the candidate is applying, and on the date of the application. Application forms for UK Visa can be updated (reorganized) from time to time from the Home Office. 

The best way to see if you are holding the right updated version is by looking for the latest version on the website of the Home Office (right before you decide to apply for a specific visa). Read on to find out the completed list of Visa forms from the Home Office or UK National Archives.

Going abroad and need a visa? Check out our other articles for more guidance:

UK Online Visa Application System 

The Visa4UK is an online application form for candidates who are required to make their visa application online. However, the current application process is outdated and requires improvement. Access UK will eventually replace the Visa4UK website for customers outside of the UK and offers a digital alternative to hundreds of paper forms for customers in the UK. Sometimes, despite the online application, some visa applications require also another application in a paper form.

What is Access UK?

Access UK is a simple to use online application service for individuals wishing to apply and pay for a visa to visit, study or work in the United Kingdom (UK). It is also available to applicants based in the UK, who wish to extend or change their visa. The customers can apply for Tier 2, Tier 4, Tier 5 Visas as well as short-term student visas, visitor visas and visas for PBS dependents.

Visa Application Forms to Enter in the UK

The visa application forms, also known as Entry Clearance or Leave to Enter, included in this section allow applicants to enter the UK. These forms are meant for applications from outside the UK.

  • Form VAF1 to Visit the UK.
  • VAF1A – Tourism, Transit, Visit a Child with Tier 4 (Child), Short-Term Studies.
  • Form VAF1F – Register for Marriage or Civil Partnership.
  • Form VAF1B – Visit settled family members such as spouses, civil partners, children, siblings, grandparents, grandchildren, stepparents, stepchildren, unmarried partners, etc.
  • Form VAF1C – Facilitate Permitted Paid Engagements; to perform a visit as a business visitor, future entrepreneur or facilitator of a Permitted Paid Engagements.
  • Form VAF1D – Start Studying.
  • Form VAF1EA – An Academic Visit.
  • Form VAF1J – Participate in a Sport Event.
  • Form VAF1K – Participate in an Entertainment Event or Festival.
  • Form VAF1H – Transit through the UK to another place or country.

Form VAF2 – Enter to Work, Study, as a Dependent, to get a Right to Abode, to Visit UK Overseas Territories or Commonwealth

If the reason to apply is for staying in the UK for more than six months to work, study, as a dependent, to get the Right to Abode (stay permanently), or for visiting the UK overseas Territories or Commonwealth, you have to apply from outside of the UK to enter into the UK. This form doesn’t support joint applications (of main applicant and dependents) in one application. Each person should apply through a separate application form of their own.

Visas supported by this form are:

  • Work Visas
  • Student Visas;
  • Tier 1 (Investor, Exceptional Talent, Entrepreneur or Graduate Entrepreneur);
  • Tier 2 (General Skilled Worker visa, Intra-Company Transfer, Sportsperson and Minister of Religion);
  • Tier 4 Dependant Visas;
  • Tier 5 (Temporary Worker – creative and sporting, charity or religious worker and categories under government authorized exchange and international agreement, as well as Youth Mobility Scheme);
  • Work Visa out of the Point Based System.

Other visas:

  • UK Returning Resident Visa;
  • Right to Abode (A Certificate of Entitlement) 
  • Permission allowing its holder to live permanently in the UK without any immigration limitation:
    • Visa to visit a UK Overseas Territory
    • Visa to visit a Commonwealth-State

Here are described the UK Visa application forms:

  • Form VAF4 to Enter under Right to Abode Category (Settlement in the UK).
  • VAF4A Appendix 1 (Family Settlement and Family Reunion) – it allows applicants to enter the UK. The VAF4A should be submitted together with Appendix 2 (Financial Requirement Form), and the completed VAF4A Application Form. 
  • Form VAF4A – Enter as an Adult Dependent Family Member – you can apply through this form to enter the UK with a family visa (family settlement or reunion). It is for an adult-dependent family member, a child of settled parents, or a parent who held a visa before 9 July 2012. You can apply with a VAF4A form only from outside the UK (can’t be submitted online).
  • VAF4A Appendix 3 – A dependent of an HM Forces Participant this supplementary form is for applications to enter into the UK, submitted from out of the UK, only if the candidate is applying as a dependant of someone in HM Forces that is released from immigration control or the orphan child of an ex -HM Forces Participant discharged from active service.
  • VAF4A Appendix 4 – Pre-Flight Family Reunion. This category applies to a spouse or civil partner, unmarried or same-sex partner, or child) of someone with Limited Leave to Enter or Remain in the UK, or with refugee status, or under Humanitarian Protection).
  • VAF4A Appendix 5 – Parent with Access Rights to a British Child
  • VAF4A Appendix 2 (Financial Requirement Form) – only if the candidate is applying as a spouse, or civil Partner, fiancé or proposed Civil Partner, unmarried or same-sex partner, child or parent, post-family member, etc. of a person who lives and is settled in the UK.
  • VAF4A Appendix 6 – Former Gurkha Soldiers & their Dependents.
  • Form VAF4B – Returning Resident.

Form VAF5 – Family Members of EEA Nationals

This form is for applications to enter into the UK, submitted from out of the UK, for non-EEA national family members of an EEA national who stays in the UK or wants to enter into the UK. The visa to apply with this form is known as EEA Family Permit. Family members of Swiss nationals are also considered EEA nationals.

Citizen of the following countries are EEA Nationals: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Irish Republic, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain and Sweden.

  • Form VAF6 (Direct Aside Transit) – for those who want to be free of the UK Immigration Control when travelling to another state through the UK without changing airports. However, to go to the Republic of Ireland by transiting through the UK, a person has to apply for a Visit Visa. In addition, if the same has to change airports in the UK, they must apply for a Visitor In Transit Visa (known as Landside Transit).
  • Form VAF7 (Certificate of Entitlement to Right to Abode) – for a Certificate of Entitlement that is to prove that the candidate holds a Right to Abode in the UK (to live and work permanently with no limitation).

Form VAF3 – Enter as a Student

In this category are gathered forms dedicated for applications under the student category such as: 

  • Form VAF3A – Enter as a future (potential) student.
  • Form VAF3B (Enter as a Dependent of a Student) – for a dependent of a foreign person who is applying to enter the UK himself, or who is already in the UK as a student.
  • Form VAF8UK Overseas or Commonwealth Territory – this form is for applications to enter a UK Overseas or Commonwealth Territory, submitted from out of these territories, e.g. Anguilla, Bermuda, Pitcairn Island, British Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, Gibraltar, Montserrat, St Helena and Dependencies (Ascension Island & Tristan da Cunha), Falkland Islands Turks and more.

Form VAF9 – Replaced by VAF2

This form was for applications to enter into the UK through a Point Based System Visa, submitted from out of the UK:

  • VAF9 Appendix ET – For Tier 1 (Exceptional Talent) – this form should be submitted together with the completed VAF9 Application Form (both documents same time).
  • VAF9 Appendix 2 – For Tier 1 (Investor) – this form should be submitted together with the completed VAF9 Application Form.
  • VAF9 Appendix 3 – For Tier 1 (Entrepreneur) – this one is also required to submit it together with the completed VAF9 Application Form or the Online Application Form (if appropriate).
  • VAF9 Appendix 4 – For Tier 1 (Graduate Entrepreneur) – to submit together with the completed VAF9 Application Form or the Online Application Form (if appropriate).
  • VAF9 Appendix 5 – For Tier 2 (Skilled Workers) – this form is for applications to enter into the UK through Tier 2 (Skilled Workers: General, Intra-Company Transfer, Minister of Religion or Sportsperson) if the application is to be submitted from out of the UK. Also, submit together with the completed VAF9 Application Form or with the Online Application (as it is required).
  • VAF9 Appendix 6 – For Tier 5 (Temporary Workers) – this form is for applications to enter into the UK with a Tier 5 (Temporary Worker: Creative and Sporting, Charity Workers, Religious Workers, Government Authorized Exchange, or International Agreement) if the application is to be submitted from out of the UK. This form can be used to apply for any Tier 5 visa without any other forms in the Temporary Worker category.  To apply for Domestic Worker in Diplomatic Household, the candidate should submit this the Appendix 6 together with The Application Form for A Visa as a Diplomat’s Domestic Worker.
  • VAF9 Appendix 7 – For Tier 5 (Youth Mobility Scheme).
  • VAF9 Appendix 8 – For Tier 4 (General)Student.
  • VAF9 Appendix 9 – For Tier 4 (Child) – should be submitted together with the completed VAF9 Application Form. 
  • Form VAF10 (Replaced by VAF2) – for a dependent (partner or child) and the main candidate to enter into the UK, or for someone who is already living in the UK with a Points Based System (PBS) Visa.

Form Transfer VAF – Transfer Visa into New Passport

This form allows the applicant to transfer a valid entry visa into a new passport. A foreign person can apply to transfer such a visa into a new passport, only if they can offer the original visa that is placed in an original travel document. Someone who has lost the passport where the visa is stamped should apply for a new visa instead of a transfer of the old one.

The Diplomatic Visa Application Form (VAF DIP) – Diplomatic Position or Official Duty in the UK

This category of visa application forms is for applications for an entry visa if they are to be submitted from out of the UK, for a foreign diplomat or a member of a foreign government on official duty. 

  • Form VAFDIP1 – Diplomatic Position in the UK – for a foreign person who is about to take or has already taken a diplomatic position in the UK.
  • Form VAFDIP2 – Diplomatic, Government Duty or Governmental Representation – required only if a foreign person is travelling for the following reasons:
    • In an official diplomatic duty;
    • In a government duty;
    • To represent a foreign government.
  • Form VAFDIP3 (Transit through the UK) – only if the reason to apply is to transit through the UK to another state on official diplomatic duty.
  • Form VAFDIP1 (DEP) – Dependent of a Diplomatic Visa Holder – for a dependent of a foreign person who wants to apply for a diplomatic visa, or already has a diplomatic position in the UK.

Forms to Settle in the UK

In this section are collected visa application forms for settling in the UK with an Indefinite Leave to Remain (also known as Residence Permission or Settlement Permission).

  • Form SET (P) – Settle as a Refugee ( minimum five years as a refugee) in the UK or for Humanitarian Protection Status (minimum five years with the same status since 2005) and to get the Biometric Residence Permit (BRP).
  • Form SET (DV) – Settle as a Victim (Settlement Permission) of a Violent Relationship – for those who came to the UK with a Temporary Visa as a dependent partner and that relationship got ended later, as the candidate was violated by the dependent partner. If the candidate is found in a poor situation, you can fill and submit The Domestic Violence Concession Form if the candidate needs monetary support from the Home Office for up to three months.
  • Form SET (LR) – Settle based on a Long Residence in the UK (Settlement Permission) and to get a Biometric Residence Permit for a person who lived legally in the UK for a long period.
  • Form SET (F) – Settle as a Child (Settled Permission) under or over 18 of the Settled Parents and to get a Biometric Residence Permit (BRP).
  • Form SET (BUS) – to settle as a Retired Individual with Independent Incomes or a Foreign Business Representative, need to apply for settlement from within the UK, with an Indefinite Leave to Remain and to get a Biometric Residence Permit (BRP).
  • Form SET (M) – Settle as a Dependent Partner –  for a partner (husband, wife, civil partner, unmarried same sex-partner) of a British citizen, or a person who lives and is settled in the UK.

Form SET O – Form to Apply to Settle in the UK

The Set O form is for applications done from within the UK, for Indefinite Leave to Remain (Settlement Permission) if the candidate applies under the following categories:

  • Dependent of a Point Based System (PBS) Visa holder;
  • Highly Skilled Migrant (in Terms of the Highly Skilled Migrant Programme indefinite leave to remain judicial review policy document);
  • Highly Skilled Migrant;
  • Bereaved Partner;
  • Business Directory;
  • Innovator;
  • Investor;
  • An employee who does not need a Work Permit;
  • Self-employed Attorney;
  • Tier 1 (Entrepreneur) – normal and fast-tracked path;
  • Tier 1 (General);
  • Tier 1 (Exceptional Talent);
  • Tier 1 (Investor) – normal and fast-tracked path;
  • Tier 2 Any Visa;
  • UK Ancestry Visa;
  • Work Permit and their Dependents;
  • Writer, Composer or Artist;
  • Other reasons that are not covered by other forms

Forms to Extend Stay in the UK

This section covers visa application forms to apply for a temporary visa, for those living in the UK with a valid visa who wants to extend their stay in the UK (beyond the existing visa period).

  • Form to Extend the Stay in the UK with Tier 1 (Graduate Entrepreneur) Visa – for an extension of the stay in the UK with a Leave to Remain under Tier 1 (Graduate Entrepreneur) and to get the Biometric Residence Permit.
  • Form to Extend the Stay in the UK with a Tier 5 (Temporary Worker) and get the Biometric Residence Permit the candidate has to also submit the Statement of the Terms and Conditions of Employment (a form that should be completed and signed by the Employer).
  • Form FLR (FP) – Extend the Stay in the UK with a Leave to Remain as a Family Member or Based on Private Life and to get a Biometric Residence Permit (BRP). The application should be submitted from within the UK. 
  • Form FLR (S) – Extend the Stay in the UK with a Leave to Remain as Stateless Person – this form is for applications to extend the stay in the UK with a Leave to Remain, as a stateless person (person with no nationality) and to get a Biometric Residence Permit (BRP).
  • Form FLR (DL) – Extend the Stay in the UK with a Leave to Remain as Stateless Person as a person whose application for asylum was rejected. In a worse financial situation, a candidate can require a release from that payment through Appendix 1 FLR(FP) FLR (O). Family members applying based on a private life should apply with Application Form FLR (FP).
  • Form FLR (IR) – Extend the Stay in the UK with a Leave to Remain in Different Categories and to get Biometric Residence Permit as a Visitor Visa Holder, UK Ancestry, Domestic Worker, Parent of a Tier 4, Dependants, etc.
  • Form FLR (HRO) – Extend the Stay in the UK with a Leave to Remain under Privileges of the Human Rights, a visa not covered by Immigration Rules or any Visa not Covered with another form. If a candidate cannot pay the application fee because of poorness, they can require a release from that payment through Appendix 1 FLR (FP) FLR (O).
  • Form FLR (LR) – Extend the Stay Based on Long Residence in the UK – for a person who legally lived there for twenty years or more.
  • Form FLR (P) – Extend the Stay in the UK as a Child of a Person living in the UK temporarily, under Humanitarian Protection or as a Refugee – for a child under 18 of a family member living in the UK with a temporary visa under Humanitarian Protection or as a Refugee.
  • Form FLR (AF) – Extend the Stay in the UK as an HM Forces Participant or their Dependent – this form is to apply for an extension of the stay in the UK with a Leave to Remain, for an HM Forces Participant or their dependent (a partner or a child).

UK Visa Application Forms ECAA – Extend the Stay in the UK as a Turkish National

Visa application forms in this category are for Turkish people living in the UK, occupied either in a job or as a businessperson, or a dependent of them, who is applying from within the UK for a visa extension.

  • Form ECAA1 – Extend the Stay in the UK as a Turkish National Employee and their dependents. The Turkish employee has to be in a job that is a result of the European Community Association Agreement (ECAA) of the UK with Turkey. Dependents can be a Partner (spouse, civil partner, unmarried or same-sex partner) or a child no older than 21 years old.
  • Form ECAA2 – Extend the Stay in the UK as a Turkish National Employer – this form is to apply for a visa extension from within the UK, for an employer (businessperson) Turkish National living and doing business in the UK, in a business that is a result of the European Community Association Agreement (ECAA) of the UK with Turkey. 
  • Form ECAA3 – Extend the Stay in the UK as Dependent of a Turkish National Employee or Employer in the UK – this form is to apply for a visa extension from within the UK, for a dependent of a Turkish national employee or employer in the UK, in the work or business that is a result of the European Community Association Agreement (ECAA) of the UK with Turkey.

Form VAF AF – Participant or Ex-Participant of the Armed Forces and their Family Members

This form is for applications to enter into the UK, submitted from out of the UK, for an existing or ex-participant of the armed forces or their family members.

This form is used for the following categories:

  • Fiancé or Future Civil Partner of an HM Forces Participant;
  • Discharged (released) HM Forces (HM Forces)Ex-Participant;
  • Partner or Child of a discharged HM Forces Participant;
  • Partner or Child of a British HM Forces Participant applying under Appendix Armed Forces;
  • Partner or Child of a Foreign or Commonwealth HM Forces Participant, applying under Appendix Armed Forces;
  • Partner or Child of a Foreign or Commonwealth HM Forces Participant, applying under Part 7 transitional arrangements;
  • Partner or Child of a British HM Forces Participant, applying under Part 8 Transitional Arrangements;
  • Partner or Child of an ex-Gurkha Soldier (discharged before 1997)
  • Widowed (left) Partner or a Child of an HM forces Participant, applying under Appendix the Armed Forces;
  • Ex-Gurkha Soldier (discharged before 1997);
  • Widow of an ex-Gurkha Soldier (discharged before 1997);

This application form must be submitted together with the completed Appendix 2 of VAF AF.

This section includes visa forms used for different purposes related to visas or residence in the UK.

  • Form NTL – Transfer of Settlement Permission from an old passport to a Biometric Residence Permit – this form is to apply for a transfer (move) of an existing Indefinite Leave to Remain (Settlement Permission) from an old passport to a Biometric Residence Permit (BRP).
  • Form BRP (RC) – Get a New Biometric Residence Permit (BRP) – this form is to apply for a replacement of the Biometric Residence Permit (BRP). 

Form to Require Reconsideration of the PBS Visa Decision

This form is to require a reconsideration of the decision for refusal of a Point Based System (PBS) Visa application, only if the candidate applied from out of the UK, and if they require simply the administrative review of the decision.

  • Form to Require Super Premium Services – this form is to require access to super-premium services, for a candidate applying for a visa extension, visa transfer or an Indefinite Leave to Remain from within the UK and they need an urgent treatment of their visa application. When the candidate makes the application, they should pay the fee set for use of super-premium services, together with the standard fee for application in a specific category.
  • Form MCC Declare Changes as a PBS Visa Holders – this form is for PBS Visa holders living in the UK, to declare any change of their circumstances to the UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI), starting from the time they received the visa. The changes concern personal details, criminal convictions, contact details, representative’s details, dependents’ details and other information of interest to the UKVI.
  • Form to Get Visa Documents Back (Warsaw) – this form is to require visa application documents (application and passport) back (something that automatically cancels the application process), for those who applied for a UK Visa in Warsaw. 
  • Form TOC Transfer of Visa to a Biometric Residence Permit – this form is to apply from within the UK, for a transfer of the main applicant’s and its dependent’s temporary visa to a Biometric Residence Permit (BRP). The reason for transfer should be the change of a passport from an old to a new one.

Asylum Support Application Forms

Forms in this section are for asylum related persons living in the UK when they want to require assistance from the Home Office when found in different difficult financial situations.

  • Form ASF1 – Ask for Asylum Assistance – this form is to require assistance, for the main visa holder and its dependents, only if they are risking becoming poor and losing their house within the next two weeks.
  • Form ASF2 – Ask for Extra Asylum Assistance – this form is for people who have applied for assistance, or people who are already getting such assistance and need extra assistance (money, accommodation, etc.) or those whose asylum application was refused and together with their dependents are found in an unforeseen change of situation, something that caused extra costs.
  • Form TD112 BRP – Require Home Office Travel Document – this form is to apply from within the UK, for a Home Office Travel Document and to get a Biometric Residence Permit (BRP) for travelling out of the UK if the home country passport is unacceptable.
  • The Application for an Integration Loan (Credit) – this form is to apply for an interest-free credit for covering integration costs in the UK (accommodation, education and more). A person who can apply for this credit with this form has to be eighteen or older, holds a Leave to Enter or Leave to Remain (temporary visa), and is applying for an Integration Credit for the first time.
  • The Application Form for a Bail Accommodation and Asylum Assistance – this form is to apply for a house and assistance if the candidate is arrested under the rules of Immigration Laws, and they are released temporarily (bailed) to go home until the court hearing date. 
  • The Application Form for Extra Assistance on Services or Facilities – this form is to require extra services if already getting asylum support. People who can apply through this form are those who required asylum and are waiting for a response, and those whose applications for asylum were refused, but are receiving asylum support and they need some additional support as regards services or facilities.
  • Form RSRF1 – Change Humanitarian Protection to a Refugee Status – for a candidate who has come and lives temporarily in the UK as a vulnerable person or a vulnerable child. Those who can apply through this form are those who arrived and live in the UK under Vulnerable Persons Resettlement Scheme (VPRS) or under Vulnerable Children’s Resettlement Scheme (VCRS).

Forms to Apply for UK Citizenship

Visa Application Forms in this section are to apply for different categories of UK Citizenship in various circumstances.

  • Form NS – Confirm a British Nationality Status – this form is to apply for a confirmation that tells that candidate has British nationality, but they cannot fulfill the criteria to get a British passport yet. 
  • Form NC – Get a New Certificate of Citizenship – this form is to apply from within the UK for a new (duplicate, replacement) Certificate of Registration or Certificate of Neutralization as a British Citizen. To apply through this form, a person must prove their existing (old) Certificate of Registration or Naturalization was damaged or was given after October 1986.
  • Form AN – Apply for a British Citizenship – this form is to apply from within the UK for British Citizenship (to naturalize). A person can apply with this form if they lived in the UK with a Settlement Permission for several years and met the other criteria which are different depending on if the candidate is married or in a civil partnership with a British citizen.
  • Form ROA – The Certificate showing the Right to Abode – this form is for applications from within the UK, to get a certificate that tells that the candidate has the Right to Abode in the UK (to live and work permanently).
  • Form RROA – Require Reconsideration of the Decision for Refusal to Issue a Certificate of Entitlement to Right of Abode – for a person whose application for such certificate was rejected the first time and believes that the decision is incorrect. 
  • Form B (OS) – Register as a British Citizen if not holding any other Nationality – this form is to require registration as a British citizen, if not holding any other despite British nationality.
  • Form B (OTA) – Register as a British Citizen over five years living in the UK – this form also requires registration as a British citizen over five years of legally living in the UK.
  • Form EM – Register as a British Citizen under the British Nationality (Hong Kong) Act 1997. A person can apply with this form if they are a British national who lived in Hong Kong before 4 February 1997 and lives there even at the moment of applying.
  • Form S1 – Register as a British Citizen as a stateless person – this form is to require registration as a British citizen, for a stateless person (who does not have any nationality at all) born before 1 January 1983. 
  • Form S2 – Register as a British Citizen as a stateless person born out of the UK or the UK Overseas Territories. The form is to require registration as a British citizen, for a stateless person born on or after 1 January 1983 out of the UK and a UK Overseas Territory.
  • Form S3 – Register as a British Citizen as a stateless person born in the UK or the UK Overseas Territories. The form is to require registration as a British citizen, for a stateless person born on or after 1 January 1983 in the UK or a UK Overseas Territory. A person can apply with this form if they are a British Citizen or British Overseas Territories Citizen.
  • Form T – Register as a British citizen as a person born and lived in the UK until turning 10. The form is to require registration as a British citizen, for a person born in the UK who lived there from birth until becoming at least ten years old.
  • Form RS1 – Re-register as a British Citizen after giving up from the same British Citizenship. The form is to require registration as a British citizen, for a person who has given up from the same British citizenship before.
  • Form UKF – Register as a British Citizen as a Person whose father is British and their parents are not married. The form is to require registration as a British citizen, for a person born before 1 July 2006 whose father is British and their parents are not in a marriage.
  • Form UKM – Register as a British Citizen as a person whose mother is British and their parents are not married. The form is to require registration as a British citizen, for a person born before 1 January 1983 whose mother is British and their parents are not in a marriage.
  • Form RS2 – Register as a British Overseas or Dependent Territory, or the UK and Colonies citizen after giving up the same citizenship before.
  • Form MN1 – Register as a British Citizen as a child under 18 of a British citizen or settled in the UK, or of an Army Participant Parent. 
  • Form MN2 – Register as a British Overseas Territory Citizen as a child under 18 of a British Overseas Territory citizen or settled parent in such territory. 
  • Form MN3 – Register as a British Foreign Citizen as a Child under 18 of a British Subject Parent. 
  • Form MN4 – Register as a British Subject as a Child under 18. This form is to require registration as a British Subject for a child under the age of eighteen.
  • Form NR – Require Reconsideration of a Decision to Refuse the Issuance of a British Citizenship. This form is to require reconsideration (review) of the application for British Citizenship when the application is refused for the first time and the candidate believes that such a decision is incorrect.

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