Aora ND Introduction

You can get British nationality assessments at the touch of a button

Aora ND is a cloud-based service that you can use to determine if a person has, or qualifies for a grant of, British citizenship, another UK nationality, right of abode or Irish citizenship. You can conduct an enquiry, where questions are asked until an outcome is reached, for each nationality of interest.

Documents in Word format are then available for download, these normally include:

  • A Status Trace with cross-references to the appropriate provisions;

  • A draft report for the client of a practitioner, which can be used as a client care letter; and

  • If the outcome is positive, draft letters of representation to the Home Office and HM Passport Office.

Using Aora ND, assessments and factfinding is very thorough and it can uncover unexpected and less costly routes to British citizenship. The time that you save can be used to work on other cases or find more business.

The interpretation of laws has been informed by relevant cases (judgements), the works of Laurie Fransman QC and other authorities, Home Office guidance and instructions, and Foreign and Commonwealth Office documents.

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Document Output

You can see examples of the documents created by the service in our catalogue.

The content of these documents can be customised to your requirements. For example, in the letter of representation, we will include your firm’s logo and personalised footer.

How it Works

If you wish to try out Aora ND at your office, the process is straightforward.

The first 5 enquiries you do at your office are free. Thereafter, the only fee is “pay as you go”, charged for each completed enquiry and is independent of the frequency of use or number of users.  This fee is collected monthly in arrears.

The Terms and Conditions and a Services Agreement that explains everything in detail, including how your data is securely stored and accessed, will be provided.


Customers in the UK should be accredited practitioners, or organisations with staff accredited by the OISC, such as charities or local authorities.

You may get free training by appointment and learn how to use Aora ND by trying it out on example cases.


Online and phone support is available during UK working hours from a former practitioner with over seven years of experience in submitting applications to:

  • The Home Office UKVI for naturalisation and registration as a British citizen, for Status Letters and Certificates of Entitlement; and

  • HM Passport Office for British Passports.

She is familiar with staff in these departments and how to approach refusals efficiently. She is also experienced in what documentary evidence is likely to be accepted.

How to Arrange a Demonstration

Phone: Bruce Mennell on +44 (0) 20 3389 9422