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PCN you don't need to declare on Set(O) form and regarding FPN its also don't need to declare unless you get points from court.ranarehan wrote:I got 3 points with £100 fine on a FPN for speeding offense two and a half years ago. By reading other posts, I understand that I should mention this in my ILR application. But I am confused that whether it is a court conviction (the letter I got was from HM Courts & Tribunal which says FPN) or a normal FPN without court conviction?
I have also got two PCNs; one in 2015 and second one in 2014).
Is any of above (FPN and PCNs) going to effect my ILR application (applying next month)?
Thanks for you reply. Can you help me understand how do I know if the points I got are from court? In my case, I didn't go to court but the letter I got was from 'HM tribunal courts.Malik44 wrote:PCN you don't need to declare on Set(O) form and regarding FPN its also don't need to declare unless you get points from court.
''In order to be safe side even if you declare FPN on ILR it won't effect your ILR application''.
Did your passport get stamped when you left for Dublin?ranarehan wrote:About 3 years ago when I was traveling back from Dublin to London, I was told (along-with other passengers from same flight) on airport that passengers coming from Dublin don't need to queue up on the passport counters. I think we were taken straight to the baggage claim place so I missed the immigration counter and no stamp was recorded on my passport. Purpose of my visit to Dublin was to attend Microsoft interview for 2 days.
Now that I am going to apply for ILR, how am I going to prove that I came back to UK after staying 2 days in Dublin?
If you didn't have ILR at the time then you would have needed an Irish visa.RRSB2012 wrote:Ranarehan
I flew from Shannon to Heathrow and did not go through immigration. This is because Ireland is in common travel area. I stayed for 9 days in Ireland and declared that in my list of travels in ILR application (section 6). I didn't had any issues at ILR.
Hope this helps
No, they don't stamp on exit as far as I know.member wrote:Did your passport get stamped when you left for Dublin?
Thanks, yeah that is helpful.tg2016 wrote:Coincidentally I was exactly in your situation when I applied for ILR in Feb.
I had a £100 FPN and 3 points pn my DL for speeding in the motarway. My solicitor went through my case and advised me that since its not a court conviction I need not mention my FPN and points cut. My application was successful.
Hope this helps.
Still waiting for any advice on thatranarehan wrote:Me & my partner lived in a rented room (sub-let) for 5 moths but we don't have letting agreement for that period. Would it be okay if we get a letter from the person who was letting the whole property confirming that we were living there? what information should be present on the letter?
Thanks for your advise and it makes sense. Appreciate if you can share some sample text for sublet agreement.RRSB2012 wrote:Ranarehan,
I think a letter from main tenant would help. However I would rather you make a sublet agreement (a simple one) and include names of both you and your partner on it. That would be a more conclusive evidence.
Hope this helps.