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Department 201UKVIThe CapitalNew Hall PlaceLiverpoolL3 9PP
Given this fact, most likely you would not have to pay a fee for the correction.
Download and complete an application for a correction of a registration or naturalisation certificate.
Send the form and your original certificate to Department 1, UKVI.
You’ll need to pay a £250 fee if the mistake on your certificate was your fault. UKVI will send you a letter telling you if you need to pay.
Apologies, there does seem to be a technical error with the site.
Follow the steps 1-4, then send the application to that particular address on top of the message.
No, just the application to that address.
You don't have to pay the fee, unless the error was caused by you.
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No worries, yes, it will be changed regardless, this is a fairly common procedure.
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