Having a British passport doesn’t mean you‘re a citizen either. British citizens, overseas territories citizens, overseas citizens, subjects, nationals (overseas) and protected persons can all apply for a passport.
The British citizenship application fee in 2019 is £1,330. This is the cost for the Home Office to process the British citizenship application, also known as naturalisation. This also includes the British ceremony fee.
There are 5 basic requirements to apply for British citizenship through naturalisation that most candidates must meet
UK government has advised against all non-essential travel, at the present time their guidance remains as nothing more than domestic advice and should have no influence on the decisions of UK border officials
British nationality to apply for or hold a British passport. Having British nationality does not guarantee you a passport. For example, you may not get a new passport (or your existing passport may be taken from you) if: you‘re suspected of a serious crime and an arrest warrant has been issued.
your old passport will be returned unless it is
deemed to be damaged by the UK Identity & Passport Service
(IPS). The passport will clearly indicate that it is invalid and it is important
that you advise whether any valid visas remain in the passport before applying for it to be renewed.
British Citizen, and have been convicted of a criminal offence.
A foreign national can also be deported under of the Immigration
Act 1971 if a criminal court makes a ‘recommendation’
that he or she should be as part of its sentence.