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Didn't they say anything in the email as to what you should do?silverman123 wrote: ↑Tue Sep 04, 2018 11:05 amDear moderator@ Richard w
@Vinny @Obie @CR001
and friends please need your advice.
Today we received and email from HO says they made a mistake and i should got my permanent residence and they admitted it but because i applied for new application they can't correct my residence card.
Now my question is shall i send this email as update to my application???
My solicitor told me they got all records any way on their system.
What am I suppose to do now??
I'm to worried that they may do another mistake.
However they already know that i applied for my permanent residence.
Greatly appreciate with your response by today
Many thanks in advance
Hi Salu,salu wrote: ↑Mon Sep 03, 2018 8:25 amHello ,
@SladeW, I really don't know what to say. It seems that your struggle goes way further than Lounes. I hope your solicitor gets an answer soon and that they give you an opportunity to appeal. I'm sorry I cannot offer any advice.
@Silverman, keep us posted re your second application, I hope second time goes better and faster!
@kam999, your history with the HO sounds intriguing. I am glad you got your PR too! congrats!
Re naturalisation, my initial thought was to wait until having 1 year of PR (October in my case, 6th anniversary of marriage). Though in theory in our cases (dual EU?UK sponsor), my understanding is that we don't have to wait to have PR for one year as the sponsors are UK citizens. It says so in the letter confirming PR.
In the end, I booked the test (it doesn't expire), and I passed it last week. Maybe got too excited, and in the same day I booked an appointment to have my documents checked at the council so I don't have to send them with an online application for naturalisation. My main motivation to do it asap is to use this service (thinking that u never know how long it will be available for in the same format). I will add the timeline in the relevant topic once I send the application. How about you?
Good luck everyone!
OMG that's absolutely amazing news!Richard W wrote: ↑Tue Jul 24, 2018 5:34 amThe Home Office seems to think so. If you had permanent residence when you acquired British citizenship, and have not since lost it, she is protected by the changes to the EEA Regulations in the Immigration (European Economic Area) (Amendment) Regulations 2018.