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MN1 for Non-EEA(PR) - doomed to fail?

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MN1 for Non-EEA(PR) - doomed to fail?

Post by noneeadory » Mon Oct 08, 2018 2:19 pm

Both myself and my 13 year old daughter (Philippines) now have Non-EEA PR (as extended family members of my EEA Italian niece).

Arrived UK NOV 2009.

Applied PR SEP 2015, refused, appealed, Appeal Hearing AUG 2017, successful,
BRP (PR) issued NOV 2017.

PR Date allowed as 30 SEPTEMBER 2015 due to successful appeal.

Life in the UK passed / English Language Certificate passed.

READY to apply for NATURALISATION for me and REGISTRATION for my daughter.

For me, 'Form AN' I see no issues BUT for my daughter 'Form MN1' I can not see if this will be successful or not and I do not want to waste the £1,012 if this is the case.

Please could anybody advise.

I am married, my husband (Philippines) lives in the Philippines and we are still in a relationship although long distance and this has been the case since my daughter and I came to the UK in 2009.

From what I have read, under CHILD'S PARENTS' CIRCUMSTANCES, to register a child under Section 3(1), the HO should be satisfied that one of the parents (ME) has applied to be naturalised as a British Citizen and:

THE OTHER PARENT IS SETTLED IN THE UK

This is clearly not the case for us as my husband is still living in the Philippines.

Is this 'flexible' or is this 'how it is'?

Annoyingly, if I was a single mother, or separated from my husband it seems that this would not be a problem - but I don't want to lie and say this because we are now planning to apply for him to come and be with us in the UK (now that I am finally earning just over the minimum required salary level).

But I want to apply for Naturalisation for me before Brexit arrives (and would love to register my daughter at the same time).

Should I apply for my daughter via Section 3(1) MN1 form and hope OR WILL THIS APPLICATION definitely fail and therefore be a waste of the £1,012 application fee.

Really hope somebody reading this has knowledge of our situation and tell me straight.

Thank you for reading,
Best wishes,
Dory

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Re: MN1 for Non-EEA(PR) - doomed to fail?

Post by noneeadory » Tue Oct 09, 2018 7:45 pm

Good evening everybody.

Can anybody advise whether I should MN1 my daughter or not - based on my husband not living in the UK?

Thank you and best wishes,
Dory

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Re: MN1 for Non-EEA(PR) - doomed to fail?

Post by Klarae » Thu Oct 11, 2018 11:16 am

I may be wrong but you can't register her as British.
I would do the safe thing and go to form AN for both of you.

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Re: MN1 for Non-EEA(PR) - doomed to fail?

Post by CR001 » Thu Oct 11, 2018 11:19 am

Klarae wrote:
Thu Oct 11, 2018 11:16 am
I may be wrong but you can't register her as British.
I would do the safe thing and go to form AN for both of you.
A child of 16 cannot apply on form AN!! Under 18 is form MN1.

Please do not give incorrect advice.
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