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Peterborough

Rights and citizenship

You might be interested in the following rights and citizenship information

Citizens Advice Peterborough

Citizens Advice Peterborough offers free, confidential, impartial and independent advice and information services. They operate from their base in the city centre at St Mark’s Street and have outreach service with sessions across the city including at the Rainbow Savers Credit Union and at Peterborough Combined Court and Family Hearing Centre, along with a telephone advice and email advice services

Citizenship Ceremonies

Peterborough Register Office offer both private and public Citizenship Ceremonies. You can find further details on their website.

Peterborough City Council Nationality Checking and Citizenship Service

In partnership with the Home Office, Peterborough register office offer a checking service to help people who want to apply for British Citizenship. Please note - the Nationality Checking Service can only check applications for citizenship - it cannot help with applications for settlement or with any other nationality or immigration enquiries.

Information last updated 07 August 2015

National information

Citizens Advice

Check the Consumer section for advice on buying on the Internet, returning goods, rogue traders, choosing and comparing energy suppliers etc.

Law Society - find a solicitor

Search the database of registered solicitors, and find further guidance about paying for legal services, specialist solicitors, lawyers for businesses etc.

Legal aid

Find out about Legal Aid, eligibility criteria and how to claim it.

UK legislation

Search the official portal to the full text of all legislation from 1988 to the present day.

Voting

Register to vote or apply for vote by proxy.

Which? Consumer rights

Find sample letters, step-by-step guides to how to place a complaint and guidance on relevant legislation.

Write to them

Get help in identifying and writing a message to your local councillor, MP or MEPs.