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read this from http://www.ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk/briti ... haracter/#, at the bottom of the page there is a FAQ,forwardever wrote:thank for your reply...my question is should i mension this in the AN form if they didnt get back to me before i submit and also will its affect my application if they decide to to me to court?? ...i wasnt the one drivin at the time and is not a crime to borrow someone your car but if worse come to worse and i was taken to court will it affect application????do you think if i submit throught NCS they will tell me if its ok to apply or not as im not willin to risk the fee... will appriciate any advice...Thanks
i still dont understand why dont you call the police and ask if the matter has been resolved, also bear in mind that the HO do the checks themselves, they dont rely solely on what you put on the form. if the police have sent you something in the post it means there is something recorded against you either PNC system or local authority.forwardever wrote:i've just gone through the FAQ and found this...I have a recent conviction for a minor offence. Should I still wait until the conviction has become spent before I apply for citizenship?
We will normally disregard a single conviction for a minor offence resulting in a bind over, conditional discharge or relatively small fine or compensation order, if a person is suitable for citizenship in all other respects. By 'minor offences' we mean speeding or other 'regulatory' offences.
Offences involving dishonesty (for example theft), violence or sexual offences are not classed as minor offences. Drink-driving offences, driving while uninsured or disqualified are also not minor offences.
i think my case fall in this category..i am clean, i havent been convicted,i am not being investigated and i am not waiting trial..but if they decide to take me to court i think i wuld still be fine becos its a SPEEDING OFFENCE which is class as minor offence,but im abit worried that they might refuse my application and ask to wait to hear from the police which might take for ever..i am not sure.. please please i need an expert advice...thanks