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No. Passport application would need to be submitted after her citizenship ceremony separately.
She has to prove she has been in the UK in the last 3 years. The requirement for you to show you were exercising treaty rights in possible1 - What documents should I join to the application? When I applied for her permanent residence last year, I had to send 5 years worth of payslips and bills for me and for her. Is the is the same for the citizenship or should I just send these documents for the last 12 months only?
Apply online and you'll enter all the details online. Get the referee forms and print them as they should be signed by your referees. Then they should be scanned and uploaded2 - When I applied for my citizenship, I used to paper form. It means I had a couple of pages to get signed by my referees. But how does this work for online applications? Does it happen online too or is there an option to print the documents for the referees to sign?
It is not possible at the moment. She can only apply for her first passport after the ceremony and getting her certificate3 - Is it possible for her to apply for passport at the same time? This is just to avoid going to our friends again and ask them to sign for the passport application later.
If you hold British citizenship as you do, it is based on being a spouse of British citizen which based on 3 years residence. She also did not have to wait 12 months on PR if you are British.My wife is applying for citizenship because I am an EEA national. This route requires to demonstrate 5 years not 3.
The requirement is to be married to a British citizen when she applies and needs 3 years residence. It is not that you must have been British for 3 years. She could have applied the day after you attended your ceremony if she held PR at that point.I am British too but naturalized only last year. I don't think she can apply on a basis that I am British (which requires only 3 years).