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WOW! Thanks for the info. Can we start using it then?
What are those groups, if you don't mind me asking?ohara wrote:Following some Facebook groups that I am in, people have been getting results in around 4 weeks.
Any chance you can ask HR Department for a letter of employment you can send in at the same time and get them to stamp the p60 prints with company stamp and countersign?malteser wrote:Hi,
What is the definition of an original document in regards to the EEA (PR) online application? I am starting to go through the online form and the supporting P45/P60s documents i have are in PDF format. If i print them out is this considered an original? The company i worked for stopped sending out hard copy payslips some time ago.
Thank you in advance.
A stamped passport contributes to demonstrating residency in UK.LondonApplicant wrote:"previous passports" are listed under "proof of residence" in the guidance notes, but I fail to understand how a passport would prove residency.
Tell it to UKVI.LondonApplicant wrote:But European citizens do NOT get their passports stamped! So this is not applicable to European citizens submitting their European passport when applying for the permanent resident certificate
This is not a topic about routes to settlement.LondonApplicant wrote:Another route such as what?
Evidence is required for all PR applications. that is not special to online service.LondonApplicant wrote:It’s a topic about the European passport return service, so discussing whether previous passports should be provided, and what the guidance notes say on this, is relevant.
I still fail to understand how a European passport could ever prove residency.
What do you mean by jumping ship?
AFAIK there is no way a European passport would have ever been stamped upon entering or leaving the UK. This does not happen. Ever. No exceptions. None. Or am I missing something?
There may be stamps for entry and exit into/from a non-EU country, but these wouldn’t prove time away from the UK. If, say, a Dutchman spends a week in France, then one in China, then one in Spain, then goes back to the UK, the stamps on his passport will only show the week in China.
I have already provided examples.LondonApplicant wrote:The point remains that a European passport cannot prove residency, nor time away from the country. Do we agree on this? If we don't, could you please provide an example whereby a European passport would somehow prove residency?