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The number of EU citizens requesting UK citizenship has increased

The number of German, Italian and French citizens wishing to become a UK citizen has increased three times, and Poles are among the most desiring UK citizens.

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2016 June 2017 In June, 28,502 citizens of the European Union (EU) provided citizenship applications for the United Kingdom (UK).

The number of German, Italian and French citizens wishing to become a UK citizen has increased three times, and Poles are among the most desiring UK citizens.

2016 In June, the citizenship of the UK was 797 German citizens, and in 2017, The number of Italians wishing to become UK citizens has increased from 1 109 to 2 950 during the same period and from 500 to 1,400 in Spanish.

Half of all applications for UK citizenship have been made on the basis of the criterion of the country of residence, and 6 389 applications are filed on behalf of minors (the number of young people seeking UK nationality is more than twice as high as in 2014-2015).

During all of 2017 38 528 EU citizens applied for the UK citizenship, or 2.5 times more than in 2016, when the number of such applications was 15,460.

As the UK pulls out of the EU, more and more EU citizens in the country are seeking citizenship through marriages with UK citizens – the number of applications for citizenship through marriage reached 4 342 and more than doubled in comparison with 2014-2015.

Under the current regime, an EU citizen married to a UK citizen may apply for UK citizenship after 3 years of residence in a country not married to a UK citizen – after 5 years of residence. The cost of naturalization is 1 282 pounds.

Last 2017 years

According to the UK Ministry of the Interior, in 2017, 168,913 permanent resident documents were issued. For comparison, in 2016 such documents were issued 65 068.

According to the National Bureau of Statistics (ONS), the largest groups of EU citizens residing in the UK are Poles (907,000), Germans (299,000), Italians (220,000), French (164,000), and Spaniards (157,000).

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TOP 3 social apps in UK to waste your time

Thiere are alot of social apps which we could add in this list. But just check thiese 3 top social apps in UK which you could use to waste your time. Facebook, Zingr and Youtube. Thiese are best social apps in Britain if you want to spent some good time.

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Thiere are alot of social apps which we could add in this list. But just check thiese 3 top social apps in UK which you could use to waste your time. Facebook, Zingr and Youtube. Thiese are best social apps in Britain if you want to spent some good time.

TOP 3 social apps in UK to waste your time

Facebook. This social app you should use to communicate with your friends or familly. Share videos, photos around the world. Like ( or dislike) any content shared by people from your friendlist.

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Youtube. Of course on the best social app in UK to waste your time. This app is also worldwide. You can watch any video from all over the world. Watch funny, interresting videos.

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More than 14 million people in Britain people live in poverty

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Millions of people in the UK are barely making ends meet, recent figures have revealed.
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Brexit latest polls: what does the UK want now?

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson expects a new Brexit Treaty to be approved in the coming days, which will allow for the implementation of the 2016 treaty

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What does the UK want now?

According to polls, the country remains divided on Brexit – as much as 88%. 2016 in the referendum on UK membership, EU voters would have voted in the same way as 86% of voters. Brexit voters would once again vote for the UK to leave the EU.

If by October 19 this year, The UK Parliament will not approve a Brexit treaty or exit from the EU without a treaty.

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