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Nope, However if the IRP has to be up to date at the ceremony date. if its expiring soon they Naturalization office will get in touch with you and send the card so you can renew it.
Your lucky then because it is never that quick, it takes up to 6 months to process a straight forward application (Which is not true as there is no definition of what straight forward application) However applicants mostly waits up to a year for an approval but it depends on where you are from.
Hi Jacyboy, I’m in almost exactly the same situation as you and I have heard nothing either. I didn’t apply until last year as I was annoyed that my wife had had her post-nuptial constitutional rights surreptitiously removed in 2005 under the guise of another constitutional change in 2002. I’m happy to make contact with you and discuss the current situation and political climate. If you’re interested I’ll see if I can set up a temporary email address that I can post on here as I’d prefer to remain anonymous for now. Duquesne.Jacyboy wrote: ↑Sat Jan 12, 2019 2:59 pmHi there, I'm wondering what is the usual processing time? I'm a UK citizen living in Ireland 29yrs married to an Irish born national 19yrs, I applied for naturalisation Feb '18. All I've heard since is they have acknowledged receipt of my application, that's it