Naturalisation. Good character. Criminality. Sex Offender
If you apply to naturalise as a British citizen, you must satisfy the good character requirement. A factor considered when assessing your character is whether you have committed, in the UK or abroad, a sexual offence, or whether your details are recorded by the police on the Sex Offenders Register.
You application will normally be refused if you have been convicted of a sexual offence, or if you have not been convicted by reason of insanity or disability, or if you have received a caution (not a criminal conviction, but an evidence of bad character).
You may have your application refused even after your name was removed from the Sex Offenders Register.
If you want to apply for British citizenship or for a British passport and need specialist advice, feel free to contact me. Please note that I am an accredited immigration adviser, not an employee of the UK Visas and Immigration. I charge fees for the advice provided.