Can I skip Life in the UK Test?
You will not need to take the Life in the UK test if you: Are under 18 years of age or over 65; or. Are suffering from a long-term illness or disability that severely restricts your mobility and ability to attend language classes; or. Have a mental impairment which means that you are unable to learn another language.
Do you need to pass Life in the UK citizenship test?
You don’t need to pass the Life in the UK Test if: you’ve already passed it – for example, if you took the test when you applied for ‘indefinite leave to remain’ you’re under 18 or over 65 years old.
Do EU nationals need to take Life in the UK Test?
The Life in the UK test and English language test aren’t part of the Permanent Resident requirements for EU citizens seeking Permanent Residency in the UK. Both are required with British citizenship applications, however.
When should I take Life in the UK Test?
You need to take the test as part of your application for British citizenship or settlement in the UK. You must book your Life in the UK Test online at least 3 days in advance.
Is Life in the UK test hard?
The Life in the UK test can be very difficult. The syllabus covers all aspects of British history and condenses it down into 24 questions with a 45-minute time limit. These questions are completely random and you need 75% correct answers to pass the test.
What happen if fail Life in the UK test?
If you fail the test
You must wait 7 days before taking the test again, but you can take the test as many times as you need to. You need to book and pay again each time.
How do I pass Life in the UK test 2021?
To pass the Official Life In the UK test, you must score 75% or more. This means that you will need to answer at least 18 questions correctly out of 24 questions. The latest figures state that out of 100 people that take the test only 64 pass and 36 will fail.
How do I prove my 5 year residency UK?
If you want to prove you’ve lived in the UK for a different 5 years
- tax documents – for example your P60 or P45.
- a letter from your employer confirming your employment.
- pension statements showing your employer’s pension contributions.
- council tax bills.
- mortgage statements for a house or flat.
Can I get a British passport without citizenship?
You must have 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.
Who needs to take the Life in the UK test?
Anyone applying for British citizenship or to settle in the UK must take the Life in the UK test, unless you qualify under one of the following exemptions: You are under 18 or over 65. You have a long-term physical or mental condition, which you must confirm with a letter from a doctor.
Is Life in the UK test multiple choice?
The test consists of 24 multiple choice questions. Applicants must score at least 75% to pass. To prepare for the computer-based test, applicants will need to study the official Life in the UK book issued by the Government.
Is Life in the UK test changing?
Life in the UK test is a requirement for people who are applying to settle in the UK or become a British citizen. The Home Secretary, Sajid Javid has announced that the government will enforce stricter test and replace the ‘Life in the UK’ test with a ‘British Values Test’.