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http://www.ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk/sitec ... ide_an.pdfskilachi wrote:Can you please send/paste the link to the AN booklet. Can seem to locate it.
Yes. Six points on a licence are no showstopper per se; however, DWI is a very serious problem. "Drink-driving offences, driving while uninsured or disqualified or driving whilst using a mobile phone are not minor offences" (Booklet AN; page 15). See also here.Smam wrote:Will it going to have any impact on my Naturalization
End of Nov/2013: Waiting time table in Annex D(i) to Chapter 18 of the caseworkers manual: "Driving disqualification: The period of disqualification"skilachi wrote:I got a driving ban for drink-driving last year Aug 2012 + fine. Ban is suppose to end Nov 2013, so the earliest I can apply for Naturalisation is Aug/Nov 2015, is this correct?
Why don't you check with your insurance provider. Some comprehensive insurance covers you for third party on someone else's car.ban.s wrote:was the other car not insured?Smam wrote:
I was driving my friends car under the impression that I can drive any vehicle in UK if I am insured fully comprehensive.
The answer to your above question is that my friend that I dont have to go to court as I've been told by the Police Officer I just have to produce my license at the nearest Police Station and just have to pay £200 fine so there's no question of the involvement of any court in my case. Unless and until I'll go for an apeal against the FPN then I'll end up getting the courts involved which I am not really thinking to do now.As soon as you plead guilty to the charge you will have a criminal conviction.
When you apply for British citizenship you must declare this criminal conviction Only road traffic offences dealt with by way of a fixed penalty notice (parking and speeding offences) and offences which are "spent" under the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 do not have to be declared. It would be a criminal offence for you not to declare the conviction and you could be prosecuted.
Well I am also thinking to do the same thing to write a good drafted letter, my friend but lets see if the CW really believes on that.I would also advise that when you make your application you should include some carefully drafted written representations as to why the offence should be treated as a minor offence akin to speeding in terms of seriousness. You should consider seeking the assistance of a solicitor or specialist immigration barrister to help you with your application.
Hi wpilr_nov12wpilr_nov12 wrote:Smam, sorry to hear about your situation. Why does misfortune pick you at the most important year of your life, for a second time?
Keep faith. I hope it will be resolved like your previous incident without affecting anything detrimentally.