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Thank you so very much! This reduced my absence a lot!Vorona wrote: ↑Sat May 15, 2021 4:12 pm1. 5 last years in chronological order.
2. You can, but expect to be asked for more documents, so better have enough proofs for each year of residence.
3. Days of departure and arrival do not have to be counted as absence.
4. Date when you sign the statutory declaration.
5. Fiscal year, from the date when you immigrated to Ireland.
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The landlord has refused, I did ask. I think he is afraid since the house is not registered for letting, not one of 5 apartments. But I do have bank statements and revenue letters showing that address.Vorona wrote: ↑Sat May 15, 2021 4:55 pmYes it will. But I'd strongly recommend applying after the wedding because you passport can be held by Department for a long time, and even if you use another document to go to Germany, you will still need to tell them where you are going and for how long after sending the application if it's for 6 weeks or more.
You will need to give as much strong evidence of your residence as possible, if you don't have utility bills, give the statement from your landlord that you have indeed lived in their house all these years, revenue letters sent to the same address that you claim you have lived at, etc. As I said above if you don't have enough proof, you may be asked for additional documents and your application can be refused.
Thank you. I'll think about it for the next two weeks.Vorona wrote: ↑Sat May 15, 2021 5:20 pmSorry to hear about your grandmother's condition. You need to decide for yourself if applying for citizenship in current circumstances is really important for you to risk waiting several months for your passport. If it was me, I would have finished my family business first, and applied after returning.
All absences of 42 days or more must be declared. By signing statutory declaration you are declaring that all information is accurate and truthful.