ilrseeker wrote:Secondly , these rules were all the same when I applied for tier1 extension and ILR, why would they grant those and refuse the citizenship application?
ilrseeker wrote:ILR is as good as citizenship in terms of you can live as long as you want in the country, get the state benefits etc, although one cannot apply for a passport.
ilrseeker wrote:Thanks for the comments guys,
A mistake done cannot be reverted,
I would appreciate if some one who got rejected a British Citizenship due to a traffic offence to please write his experience.
It would be very helpful.
Anyway, you have been sentenced by court, hence you are convicted.
Whatever caused conviction and regardless if it is seen by public (and you) as minor or major, it is a serious matter by the very simple fact it ended up in court.
If you really need (want) BC, and you can afford losing a lot of money, then by all means you are free to apply.
You may hovewer find it difficult to find referees willing to endorse your application.
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