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If you have been resident since 2005, then you have more than 6 years residency.Roaring Cat wrote: ↑Sun Sep 10, 2017 1:50 pmHi,
Looking at British citizenship application and knowing some EU friends who applied in the past (and got UK citizenship based on 6 years total residence):
Got WRS (Workers Registration certificate for EU8) in 2005, and have been a resident since then: is it still the case application could be submitted with last 6 years being supported? Is there any new regulation regarding EU nationals and the 5 or 6 years period? Would WRS still be a proof of residence and hence, applicable for the 6 years rule for EU citizens?
Much appreciated, as the application (and guides...) are really confusing...
Usually 4 to 6 months. You should get a letter with your PR card stating the date you automatically attained PR, this date must be 12 months before you apply for citizenship.I have applied for the EEA PR, correct me if I m wrong, it should be sent to me within 4-6 weeks? Will be applying for citizenship immediately upon getting the PR...
YesIs it true I can keep my EU passport during citizenship application if doing it via the council checking service?
If you mean biometrics enrollment etc, then yes, unless HO writes to you and asks for more documents. Whole process can take up to 6 months and sometimes longer.So, within roughly a month of applying for citizenship the whole process is done (at my end...)?