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I have never been ilegal in the UK, came as a student and then got married, but not even 1 day have been ilegal,...conote80 wrote: ↑Sun Aug 05, 2018 12:41 pmI believe the same set of docs used when went for your PR - the docs that pertains to you.
Add the one year docs after the PR too
The 6 years HMRC docs
If you've been in the UK for more than that 6 yrs, then docs that proofs legal residence before your marriage. If you were not legally resident before your marriage, then I'm afraid there may be hiccup as they look for 10 years of lawful residence(Good character) - that's provided you have been resident that long.
thanksbear wrote: ↑Sun Aug 05, 2018 7:32 pmyou need only last 5 years resident including 1 year after permanent . from march 2014 to march 2019 also can you read AN guide will tell you 5 years .you can prove them easily (p60s or employer letters or tax history ...... look on AN guide for more aletnative proofs).
carlosandres-coral44 wrote: ↑Sun Aug 19, 2018 2:09 amHey Guys
planing to apply for naturalisation soon,
so im wondering what is the residence requirement that concerns to my case, as I am a non-eea, but holding permanent residence, my knowledge is:
5 years of legal and continuous residence (which i got) from 2013-2018
1 year of holding permanent residence (about to be completed) from 2018-2019
I am just wondering if I am right?
have never been ilegal in this country and I meet all the requirements.
your qualifing period for naturalisation 5 year start from 17 march 2014 to 17 march 2019.
rogerr wrote: ↑Sun Aug 19, 2018 1:10 pmyour qualifing period for naturalisation 5 year start from 17 march 2014 to 17 march 2019.
when they say that you must have held settled status (ILR/PR) in the UK for at least one year preceding the date of application.,---- this the most confusing part for me, do they mean the date written in the Biometric card(issue date) or the Date Home office Granted you with the (ILR/PR)?????secret.simon wrote: ↑Sun Aug 19, 2018 4:25 pmYou're looking at the requirements the wrong way round.
The requirements count backwards from the date of application for naturalisation.
a) to have held settled status (ILR/PR) in the UK for at least one year preceding the date of application.
b) to meet the respective absence requirements over one and five years preceding the date of application
c) to have physically been in the UK at the start of the five years preceding the date of application
d) to not have breached immigration laws for 10 years preceding the date of application