mcovet wrote:The bc process is Only complete once u attend the ceremony and get a naturalisation certificate. Passport has nothing to do with it, it is only a form of proof to enable u to travel.
So I take it that one cannot become british citizen unless a oath ceremony has been completed.
Is it allowed to take the oath ceremony and subsequent british passport outside the UK at a diplomatic post?... even after the first approval letter for naturalisation came within the UK and that I have mentioned within that naturalisation application the location where I would like to have the oath ceremony as UK?
ONly asking because I could get an good opportunity outside the UK for a few years and dont want to miss waiting for the whole slow citizenship process to complete here. If there is a possibility then I would prefer taking the oath ceremony and applying for british passport outside the UK given the chance.