This page may not be accurate, latest service updates can be found on our dedicated COVID-19 section.
A Citizenship Ceremony is the final stage in granting British Citizenship to foreign nationals. The ceremony welcomes new citizens into the community, it confers rights and responsibilities to the new citizen and celebrates the significance of becoming a British citizen.
If you make a successful application for British Citizenship, you will receive a letter from the Home Office inviting you to attend a Citizenship Ceremony and asking you to contact the registrar to arrange a ceremony date.
Your citizenship ceremony will take place within 3 months of receiving your letter.
We aim to make Citizenship Ceremonies enjoyable and meaningful celebrations.
The ceremonies are conducted by a registrar. The Lord Lieutenant for Clackmannanshire, the Queen's representative in this area, or his deputy will normally attend the ceremony.
During the ceremony each new citizen will swear or affirm an oath of allegiance to the Crown and make a pledge to uphold the values and laws of the UK.
Citizenship Ceremonies are not open to the public but you can bring several guests with you.
Speirs Centre, Primrose Place, Alloa, FK10 1AD
Tel: 01259 723850 / 450000 Fax: 01259 723365