Arranging a citizenship ceremony
If the Home Office approves your application for British citizenship they will write to you and send you an invitation letter, which will contain details of the local authority to contact to book a citizenship ceremony.
Choosing a public or private ceremony
You can choose to attend a public or private ceremony. The public ceremony will be in a group setting where you will attend with other citizens and the Mayor or Deputy Mayor of Camden will present you with your certificate. These are on set dates usually on a Wednesday. There is no additional charge for attending a public ceremony.
Private ceremonies are more personal, only you and any guests you choose to invite attend. They can be arranged within a more flexible timescale. The Mayor or Deputy Mayor will not be present at private ceremonies and the programme usually lasts no more than about 15 minutes.
Private ceremony fees
Private ceremony cost is £160 for each adult, and they take place between Monday and Saturday.
Fees are payable at the time of booking. Card payments can be made by Maestro, Delta, Electron, Visa, and MasterCard.