Home Office

0843 557 3417

Home Office Helpline

The Home Office is a branch of the government in England. Its responsibilities include security, immigration and upholding the law.

Other Numbers for the Home Office:

The Home Office Phone Number
Home Office Head Office Number  0843 557 3417
Complaints Number for the Home Office  0843 557 3417
Customer Service Helpline from the Home Office  0843 557 3417

Head Office Address for The Home Office

Department Address
Head Office The Home Office Head Office
2 Marsham Street, London
SW1P 4DF
UK

Home Office Helpline Opening Hours

Contact Number Opening Hours
Helpline 8:30am-11:30pm, 7 days a week

Which public services are the Home Office responsible for?
Who is head of the Home Office?
How can I make a complaint about the Home Office?
Where is the Home Office based?
How can I make a complaint about the Home Office?

Reasons to contact the Home Office Helpline:

      • If you are unsatisfied with a service provided to you by the Home Office and you would like to make a complaint
      • To inquire about a service offered by the Home Office
      • To complete a Visa application, or enquire about the status of your Visa application
      • To make some changes to your Visa application, such as your name and address, before it is processed by the Home Office
      • To complain about a previous experience you have had via a service provided by The Home Office

The Home Office UK

The Home Office is a branch of the government in England. Its responsibilities include security, immigration and upholding the law.

Formerly responsible for prison services in the UK, as well as the National Probation Services, The Home Office is now responsible for many other aspects of public and non-public services. They are also currently responsible for the issuing of Visas and Passports. You can read more about the services provided by the Home Office on their website, or by ringing the Home Office number above for more information from someone who works at the Home Office directly.

Visa Applications via The Home Office

If you are wanting to visit the UK for long periods of time, if you are visiting a loved one whilst they study, or if you would like to live in the UK – you will need to apply for a Visa. You can apply for a Visa here. Depending on what you intend to use your Visa for, you may be expected to pay different prices. The delivery times for Visa’s outside of the UK may also take up tp 30 days. If you have waited this long, and are wondering where your Visa is – ring an advisor at the Home Office on the Home Office number above. Have your reference number ready, as well as the date you applied for your Visa.

Passport Services with The Home Office

Passport services are also governed by the Home Office in the UK. You can buy these documents on the government site, and at your local Post Office. If you would like your passpHome Office Helplineort within the week or even the hour, this can be done for you. Simply request this when you apply. You may need to visit your local Passport office, and these can also be found on the government website.

When applying for a passport through the government, you will need a few details handy. These include your date of birth, a passport photo, and other details about your birth and country of origin.

For more details on the passport service, to find out the status of your passport delivery, or to complain about a member of staff or the passport process, ring the Home Office number above. Once you do so, we will connect you to someone who works for the Home Office and who can help you further, no matter what your query.

FAQ’s

Below are the most asked questions from the web regarding the Home Office here in the UK:

Which public services are the Home Office responsible for?

The Home Office are responsible for a number of services throughout the UK. Their public services include keeping the public safe from terrorism, ensuring the safety of British people from crime and criminal activity, issuing passports to the public and fire prevention in public places.

You can find a full list of services from the Home Office on their website, or by speaking to an advisor at the Home Office on the number above.

Who is head of the Home Office?

Amber Rudd is currently the Secretary of State and Head of the Home Office

Does The Home Office close for Christmas?

All Government offices are closed around the Christmas period. They will resume services in January, or the end of December

How can I make a complaint about the Home Office?

You can make a complaint about an aspect of service from the Home Office, or an individual who has served you, by ringing our Home Office number above. We will connect you with an advisor at the Home Office who will be able to help you further. Alternatively, you can write a letter to the Head Office address above. Usually, the Home Office will aim to respond within two weeks.

Where is the Home Office based?

The Home Office is based in London. The Head Office address for the Home Office can be found above.

More about The Home Office

The Home Office is a branch of the government in England. Its responsibilities include security, immigration and upholding the law.

Formerly responsible for prison services in the UK, as well as the National Probation Services, The Home Office is now responsible for many other aspects of public and non-public services. They are also currently responsible for the issuing of Visas and Passports. You can read more about the services provided by the Home Office on their website, or by ringing our Home Office number above for more information.

In recent years, the Home Office has been noted as the Home Department in official documents. However, it is still known as the Home Office on the government websites.

The video below was recently added to the government youtube channel. For more videos such as this, click through below to be taken to their account. For more information on the Home Office, or on any department of the government, ring the Home Office number above. We will connect you through to someone who works for the Home Office, who can help you with your query or questions.