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... at the PEO (Croydon) the first counter reviewed my application for completeness, and when he asked if I had any outstanding convictions, I said I had an unspent FP speeding ticket and showed him my paper and card licences. I told him I knew it shouldn't affect my application but I wanted to be totally transparent, and he mumbled something along the lines of you should declare everything.rajesh_kumar01 wrote:if you are covered under HSMP JR April -Nov 2006 (you applied in between) then it will not affect your wife ILR even if she got fine through court.
If you are not covered even then it will not affect your wife's ILR as it is a Fixed Penality notice . Pay it without going to court.
1) According to UKBA a fixed penalty notice is not classed as conviction (provided that court does not involve in it) http://www.ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk/sitec ... iew=Binary section 3.2.2 e)abbi123 wrote:Hi All,
Good Morning and Bad week end for us
My wife(HSMP dependant) received her speeding ticket over week end while driving 46mph on 40mph northcircular road just after ikea and was issued ticket
we are due to ILR early next year, we will pay the penalty with in our 28 days time
i am the main applicat and she will be applying for ILR along with me early next year
i will be producing her licence as one of the proof of cohabitation docs as we live with my sister and brother in law so we have less doc's on our name, and also she got extention along with me when we got extention so i assume less co habitation documents is not an issue, and also we will take letter from my brother in law
can some one guide me on this please
1)do i need to include her speeding ticket in the application
2)will her conviction has any impact on OUR ILR
Please can some one guide us
Many Thanks ina advance
Hi AB,bansal82 wrote:Selva
Thanks for your note.
Can you please confirm that person who got ILR stamped successfully with 2 FPN/PCN recieved both in last 12 months?
I have recieved 2 PCN (parking ticket issued by civil enforcement officer) in last 12 month, I have an appointment coming up in next 2 weeks, bit worried as do not want to waste Â£2025