Frequently Asked Questions

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Applying for British citizenship & Comprehensive Sickness Insurance (CSI)

How does CSI (Comprehensive Sickness Insurance) relate to being lawfully resident?

Why does being ‘lawfully resident’ matter?

Why does being lawfully resident matter?

What does it mean to be self-sufficient?

Do voluntary National Insurance payments count as CSI?

Is CSI required by all EU citizens applying for British Citizenship or self-sufficient and students only?

What is the qualifying period for residence for citizenship applications?

What evidence can I use to prove my CSI?

My children are born in the UK, are they British?

Do I really need to become British? What are the benefits of British citizenship?

Can I still apply and keep my EU passport / nationality?

Is it better to apply for citizenship with PR or settled status?

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