The Home Office is an official branch of the UK Government, and performs a vitally important role in the maintenance and legislation of the UK. Its remit is in immigration, security, both foreign and domestic, and the proper upholding of the law.
Reasons to call the Home Office Head Office Contact Number:
The Home Office is a broad and powerful branch of the UK government, with authority over the realms of immigration, security and law enforcement, so you may need to call their head office contact number for any number of reasons. You may be calling as a result of their immigration policies, or to track your application for a UK passport; you may be applying for a visa or moving towards action on behalf of or against the UK justice system, or may simply be looking for more information on DBS checks, visas, passport control or foreign travel. A few other reasons why you may wish to call the Home Office Head Office Contact Number include:
- Registering a complaint against the Home Office as the result of poor service
- Finding more information about the Home Office and the services provided by the Home Office
- Making changes to your visa documents or transferring an existing visa to ao new passport
- Tracking the progress of a visa application
- Providing feedback to the Home Office Head Office contact number team.
Home Office FAQs
Other Useful Home Office Numbers:
|Home Office||Phone Number|
|Head Office||0844 453 0225|
|Home Office Complaints||0844 453 0225|
|Customer Services||0844 453 0225|
Home Office Head Office Helpline Opening Hours:
|Customer Service||8:30am-11:30pm, 7 days a week|
Home Office Head Office Postal Address:
|Head Office||Home Office
2 Marsham Street
Apply for a UK Visa
If you are thinking about applying for a UK visa, we heartily recommend taking the time to research a few aspects of the process beforehand. First off, are you eligible for a UK visa? You can find out by checking the official website for the Home Office (this isn’t it) or by calling the Home Office Head Office contact number on 0844 453 0225 from 8:30am-11:30pm any day of the week. You should also look at the available visa types and choose one which suits your requirements and circumstances, as there are a wide range that all serve different needs and different requirements.
To check the full list of UK visas available and read the specifications for each one, you can go to the official Home Office website (again, this isn’t it) and look through everything available to you there. Simple!
Make sure before you book that you also have access to your preferred method of payment, and the ability to cover the cost of the visa. Different sorts of visa come with different prices as well as different capabilities, so you may need to pay anything between £70 and £700 for your visa. Once you know which one you need, you can purchase one and save your information, allowing you to log-in at later dates to check the status of your application and make sure it is progressing on schedule.
Getting a DBS Check
Formerly known as “CRB checks” or “Criminal Records Bureau” checks, these checks allow employers to discover whether the people they are employing have prior criminal convictions that may be relevant to their position. Formerly called the Criminal Records Bureau, this department was superceded by the Disclosure and Barring Service, which defends the rights of the public and protects both the employer and the public in general by ensuring that dangerous individuals cannot get into position to cause harm.
The DBS check is carried out by performing a check of past criminal records and working out whether that bars or permits an individual to hold a certain job. To discover more about DBS checking, ordering a check or submitting your details for one, go to the official Home Office website (not this one, this isn’t it) or call the Home Office Head Office contact number on 0844 453 0225 from 8:30am-11:30pm any day of the week.
Providing safe transport solutions for the UK public is also a priority for the Home Office. Cooperating with transport services, the Home Office helps to produce all the required legislation for safe and effective travel, and also works to legislate the transport and movement of hazardous materials, like nuclear waste. If you’re curious about what the Home Office does for transport security, you can visit the official website for the Home Office (this isn’t it) or by calling the Home Office Head Office contact number on 0844 453 0225 from 8:30am-11:30pm any day of the week.
Applying For A New Passport
Applying for a passport can be an arduous experience if you don’t play your cards right, and can result in considerable frustration as a result. However, it is now as simple as visiting the dedicated government website and applying there, or calling the Home Office Head Office contact number on 0844 453 0225 from 8:30am-11:30pm any day of the week.
What are the Home Office Immigration rules?
The rules governing immigration into Britain are complex and often difficult to search through on their own – we recommend going to the official Home Office website (this isn’t it) for the full list of laws and prerequisites for immigration. If you are having trouble searching through them or understanding them, you can call the Home Office Head Office contact number on 0844 453 0225 from 8:30am-11:30pm, any day of the week, to be connected to the experts at the Home Office head offices, who will be able to answer any question you may have or resolve a large number of your issues easily and efficiently.
How do I request a DBS check from the Home Office?
If you are a registered employer, then you can request a DBS check for someone who you are considering employing. If you want more information on how to go about this, the situations in which it would be recommended, or any other information on DBS checks, call the Home Office Head Office contact number on 0844 453 0225. This number is available from 8:30am-11:30pm, any day of the week.
What is the Home Office address?
The home office central address can be found in a table above, and is also listed here. This is in case you need to send a letter, post documentation or physically go to the Home Office. The postal and physical address for the Home Office is:
2 Marsham Street
How can I track my passport application?
Your passport application can be tracked at any time by using the “Application Tracker” service on the official Home Office website (this isn’t it). Simply log in and you’ll be able to see your application, regardless of what stage it is at! If you can’t get into your account, you can call the Home Office Head Office contact number on 0844 453 0225 from 8:30am-11:30pm, any day of the week, to be connected to The Home Office Head Office staff, who will be able to help you track your application or reset your account information.
How can I track my UK Visa?
Tracking your UK visa is possible, but before you set out to do it, we recommend checking how long the Home Office takes to deliver visas to your country as a matter of course – if you are within the waiting period, there is no need to call, but if you have already exceeded the waiting period, you would be better advised to ring the Home Office Head Office contact number on 0844 453 0225 from 8:30am-11:30pm to be put in contact with a Home Office customer service expert. They will be able to resolve your issue for you.