Citizenship ceremonies are an important part of the process of becoming a British citizen. These ceremonies are a special way of welcoming new citizens into the community. People have to swear or affirm an oath of allegiance to the Queen and make a pledge to uphold the values and laws of the United Kingdom. The ceremonies are held by a registration officer in the presence of a civic official.
Group ceremonies normally take place in the Coventry Council House Chambers, roughly every two to three weeks.
Once you have received your invitation from the Home Office, please contact us to arrange a date to attend a ceremony.
We are also able to offer individual ceremonies at Coventry Register Office for an extra charge:-
Please note this charge may change on 1 April each year.
If you want to arrange one of these ceremonies please contact us for further information.
DO NOT laminate your Naturalisation certificate, this will invalidate it and the Passport Office will not accept it. If you would like to purchase a commemorative Citizenship certificate to frame as a keepsake, or send to relatives these are available. View the certificate designs and how to order.
Coventry Registration Services do not offer a nationality checking service, but many neighbouring offices do. To find out the full list of available local authority offices that offer the service, please visit the Home Office UK Border Agency website.
For further details about ceremonies in Coventry please take a look at our brochure.