Life in the United Kingdom: A Guide for New Residents, 3rd Edition
Large Print Book
- Home Office
- TSO (The Stationery Office)
If you are planning on taking your Life in the UK test this Official Guide for New Residents will help you fully prepare for your test.
This essential handbook covers a range of topics you need to know to pass your test and apply for UK citizenship or permanent residency, including:
The process of becoming a citizen or permanent resident
The values and principles of the UK
Traditions and culture from around the UK
The events and people that have shaped the UK's history
The government and the law
Getting involved in your community
On 31 January 2020 the United Kingdom left the European Union (EU).
Sections of the handbook, Life in the United Kingdom: A Guide for New Residents 3rd edition, which refer to the UK being a member of the EU and its institutions, are out of date and have been removed from subsequent prints of the handbook.
You will not be asked any questions on the EU or the UK’s relationship with the EU as part of the Home Office approved test based on the current (3rd) edition of the Life in the UK handbook.
Home Office, January 2020
To help you prepare for your test, you will find:
'Check that you understand' boxes at the end of every section
A glossary of key words and phrases
How to prepare for the Life in the UK Test
The Life in the UK Test is taken by people who wish to apply for Indefinite leave to remain in the UK, or for British citizenship. We recommend that you should start your revision at least three months before taking your test. This will help with your test preparation and give you a better chance of passing first time. You will be tested on information in the Official Life in the United Kingdom A guide for New Residents, you should study this book to prepare for the test. There are other revision aids available to use with the Guide. These are shown below.
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