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mukesh_bhatt9 wrote: ↑Thu Jun 23, 2022 9:13 amcan someone please advise on below naturalisation form questions:
1. "Have you made any previous UK immigration applications in the UK or abroad?"
Do I need to include all my previous visa like Visit/Business travel before I migrated to UK in 2010 for work? Those are non-immigrant visas. Anything that allows you to spend more than 6 months here is an immigrant visa.
2. Name in which you made the previous application? Full names used. Women change names from original to married names. Or you might have gone to court and changed your names.
Do I need to put my name or its asking visa category name?
3. I've got 2 PCN both of which I paid within 14 days. One of them is parking ticket and other is taking right turn on a no right turn road. Do I need to disclose them? if yes, where and how? If nay was issued by the police, then you need to declare. If it was just parking council officers, then no need.
4. I need to travel in last week of July. if I submit my application now, do we get Biometric appointment within next 30 days? Only the system would tell you that. You might want to pay for the paid for ones in that case.
Please advise. thanks a lot. regards
Correct - naturalisation is for adults 18+, registration for under 18s.
mukesh_bhatt9 wrote: ↑Fri Jun 24, 2022 12:20 pmthanks. But AN form should be used by someone else as below.
Application for naturalisation as a British citizen
To be used by people in the Channel Islands, Isle of Man and British
overseas territories, and by people who live elsewhere and want to apply
This is for the paper application only - if you apply from within the UK you are expected to use online AN application.
Since I'm applying online, Should I say yes or no to question below: Yes - clearly this is the case ...
Are either of the parents of the child (as stated in this application) applying for naturalisation as a British citizen on an AN form?
mukesh_bhatt9 wrote: ↑Fri Jun 24, 2022 1:43 pmthanks again. probably the last one
-can My referees be the refrees for my family members too? I'm using a company director - as referee on professional side and I'm answering this question. would this suffice? For the adults yes - for children though it is stated: "One referee should be a professional who has engaged with the child in a professional capacity, such as a teacher, health visitor, social worker or minister of religion." If you are unable to find those referees (or they are unwilling) for children you can use your own ones and include a note that you had difficulties getting child professional referees. Caseworkers are aware that applicants sometimes have problems finding the appropriate referees for children.
Q. How does the referee know the applicant?
A. Knows personally as main applicant's son
Perhaps "Family friend" or "Father's colleague" - note that the applications may not all be processed by one caseworker so referring to another applicant may not be clear.