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I acquired the british Citizenship in 2009. I now need to renew

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I acquired the british Citizenship in 2009. I now need to renew my kids' passport. On the form I need to put my Citizenship number ? I have called Wandsworth Council that do not record them prior to 2011 and can't get any answer from the home office. What shall I do, where can I find this magic number ?

Did you acquire UK citizenship by applying for naturalisation?

Customer: replied 3 years ago.

Yes, in 2009 in Wandworth

Do you have your certificate of naturalisation?

Customer: replied 3 years ago.

I am a Certificate of Citizenship ?


Thanks for your patience.

When you naturalised as a UK citizen you should have received a Certificate of Naturalisation confirming your naturalisation. This certificate will have reference number on it.

This is the number that you now need to enter in to the form, so you will have to dig it out and find it.

I would suggest that in a covering letter you explain that you have naturalised enclosing a copy of the certificate and also a copy of your passport whilst noting in the letter your passport number.

This should be fine.

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