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bear wrote: ↑Wed Jun 27, 2018 5:51 pmfirst of all i want say thank you to this forum .
i want apply for naturalisation online and i have few question about it .
1) i have 2 referee one is accounted on ltd company is british and second is facility manager is irsh ?
1/A) do this referees enough or not ?2) what the best way to apply paper form or online?you need one person at least British Passport , for second ref. you don't need to mention passport so only one passport ref required. so above case seems fine.Total my personal experience, other ppl. may different . I went for online one.
reason you can modify data many times , paper need lot of care and any mistake need extra effort
3) HO granted my permanant on 1/aug/2017 so i have right to apply on 1/aug/2018 .3/b) do the referees sign date should be 1/aug/2018 and above or not ?what's hurry , if you can wait for 12 months . better to go for app after few days of 12 months.4) on online application they asking for historic applications made it before outside and inside .
yes , they should sign after completion of your app. btw ref form is same which is available for manual. in online you have to download it separately. if some known person would be on leave you can download now and get it signed e.g. 3 Aug (Please do it on your own risk , it could be illegal to sign future dated docs)
4/c) i know all the names of my application i made it before but not exaclty dates and case numbers . what should i do for this ?yes , all kind of applications you made in past, eg first visa , extensions... with dates and history of Biometrics5) on employment history dates shoud i write p45 dates or physicly stop work date ? because the company sent me p45 after 2 months stop work .try to find previous letters , bank statements (when you paid) or emails for applications for leave etc. better to provide exact dates, **seniors please advise***sorry , are you unemployed at the moment ? can not understand this question.
Nothing Personal , when you post then get ready for different answers . sometimes seniors also make mistakes and we are all here to help each others. I did not answer you for my personal interest or with wrong intentions & I am hope I did not give any wrong answer which could harm your applicationbear wrote: ↑Wed Jun 27, 2018 8:39 pmfirst how to say i have to wait few days after 12 months . the law say 12 month and you few days after 12 months. can you explain to me what you mean .second i said to you i dont member my application history outside and inside and you said chech bank statment . non sanse . can you explain morebecause I also experienced same. and senior advised me to wait for 2-3 days , are you 100% sure your 12 months count will be completed on 1st of Aug not on 2nd of Aug. many applications got rejection just due to 1 day early.
Even if you try home office help line , you will get different answer. Rest up to you.
thanks.no one remember, I gave a way to find out to do some effort to find the dates.
You mentioned yourself , IF you know... so not must to provide each and every data. but better , we don't know why home office exactly do with this but it may help them to track your biometrics , changes there and would make your case little bit more easy for thembear wrote: ↑Wed Jun 27, 2018 9:05 pmThanks again for your answer.
Am sure because i recieved letter with my permanant card say 1 aug 2017.
Second on paper form say give any reference number use it before and online say give all history application before
Case number (if you know)
Date ( if you know)
They write if you know that mean not mandatory to write it?
For BC application you will do biometrics again - irrespective of whether you done it for other applications.
yes as above , plus payment per applicant for biometric each timealterhase58 wrote: ↑Wed Jun 27, 2018 9:32 pmFor BC application you will do biometrics again - irrespective of whether you done it for other applications.
Also I would not rely on UKVI to know all your details. You are dealing with the Nationality Directorate, which is different from the EU Directorate and they may not necessarily talk to each other, or indeed have all your data.
If you made yourself known to Home Office as an illegal immigrant at some stage, or you got caught as illegal.
July 2012 looks like such a period. You had been in the UK for more than 3 months but it seems that your wife was not a qualified person.bear wrote: ↑Fri Jun 29, 2018 4:46 pm2)married to eu citizen 02/2012 back home we back to uk 03/2012
3)apply for residance card on basis selfemployed on 05/2012 which was rejected on /15/08/2012 because insufficient documents and they ask me to send new application when iam in good position.
4)my wife start an employment on 1/08/2012 .
can you see guys here any period of overstay ?
What you actually said is that you applied 'on the basis of self-employment', without saying whose. (Some core family members wrongly think that just their work activities qualify them for a residence card.) Remember that the evidence offered was rejected as inadequate, which is concerning if she had been self-employed since 2011.
An application for a residence card as the spouse of a qualified person is not an application to extend or vary leave to remain, so it did not extend the leave to remain you had as a student.
The work must be genuine and effective and not marginal or ancillary. Doing a paper round would probably not be enough.
Only for (a) the first three months after the sponsor's entry to the UK and (b) while the sponsor is a qualified person. It seems that each entry restarts the three months. (There is also (c) when the sponsor has permanent residence, but that is not relevant in this case.)