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#1 gezimalia

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Posted 08 December 2009 - 07:09 PM

I know people who have applied for naturalisation 1 year after being granted ILR outside the rules under legacy cases and were refused because they were considered to have been in breach of immigration rules as their aylum cases have been finally determined so they had been advised to wait 5 years from the grant of ILR.


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Paragraph 8.10 of The Residence Requirements has been updated on 3 December 2009 and the new paragraph has been added:

We should normally exercise discretion to
disregard a breach of the immigration laws if:

an application for asylum or leave to remain was refused but, the application was reconsidered and ILR was granted outside the Rules in this case, we may overlook any period of breach from the date the original (unsuccessful) application was made.





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Posted 08 December 2009 - 08:18 PM

thats good news mate isit TRUE?Posted Image

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Posted 08 December 2009 - 09:22 PM

good news mate,thank you



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Posted 09 December 2009 - 10:10 AM

I know people who have applied for naturalisation 1 year after being granted ILR outside the rules under legacy cases and were refused because they were considered to have been in breach of immigration rules as their aylum cases have been finally determined so they had been advised to wait 5 years from the grant of ILR.


Good news!

Paragraph 8.10 of The Residence Requirements has been updated on 3 December 2009 and the new paragraph has been added:

We should normally exercise discretion to
disregard a breach of the immigration laws if:

an application for asylum or leave to remain was refused but, the application was reconsidered and ILR was granted outside the Rules in this case, we may overlook any period of breach from the date the original (unsuccessful) application was made.


hi mate,can you tell me where did you find this please

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Posted 09 December 2009 - 04:55 PM

hi
so does this mean that everyone who was granted outside immigration rules can now apply for citizenship even if they applied at the port or in country application????

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Posted 09 December 2009 - 06:40 PM

hi
so does this mean that everyone who was granted outside immigration rules can now apply for citizenship even if they applied at the port or in country application????



absconders have to wait 5 years, stilll

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Posted 09 December 2009 - 06:47 PM


hi
so does this mean that everyone who was granted outside immigration rules can now apply for citizenship even if they applied at the port or in country application????



absconders have to wait 5 years, stilll


thanx moonlight. how about if you had overstayed and then claim asylum and kept reporting from the time u made the asylum claim and got ILR.? can you get the descretion???

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Posted 09 December 2009 - 07:06 PM


I know people who have applied for naturalisation 1 year after being granted ILR outside the rules under legacy cases and were refused because they were considered to have been in breach of immigration rules as their aylum cases have been finally determined so they had been advised to wait 5 years from the grant of ILR.


Good news!

Paragraph 8.10 of The Residence Requirements has been updated on 3 December 2009 and the new paragraph has been added:

We should normally exercise discretion to
disregard a breach of the immigration laws if:

an application for asylum or leave to remain was refused but, the application was reconsidered and ILR was granted outside the Rules in this case, we may overlook any period of breach from the date the original (unsuccessful) application was made.


hi mate,can you tell me where did you find this please


http://www.ind.homeo...ns/nichapter18/

Anex B The residence requirements

#9 Ebenezer

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Posted 09 December 2009 - 07:25 PM



I know people who have applied for naturalisation 1 year after being granted ILR outside the rules under legacy cases and were refused because they were considered to have been in breach of immigration rules as their aylum cases have been finally determined so they had been advised to wait 5 years from the grant of ILR.


Good news!

Paragraph 8.10 of The Residence Requirements has been updated on 3 December 2009 and the new paragraph has been added:

We should normally exercise discretion to
disregard a breach of the immigration laws if:

an application for asylum or leave to remain was refused but, the application was reconsidered and ILR was granted outside the Rules in this case, we may overlook any period of breach from the date the original (unsuccessful) application was made.


hi mate,can you tell me where did you find this please


http://www.ind.homeo...ns/nichapter18/

Anex B The residence requirements



thank you mate

#10 gezimalia

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Posted 09 December 2009 - 07:33 PM

hi
so does this mean that everyone who was granted outside immigration rules can now apply for citizenship even if they applied at the port or in country application????



It clearly says that they will overlook any period of breach from the date of original unsucessfull application. The applicant must me a person of good character and meet other residence requirement. Time between the original application and the grant of ILR outside the rules will not be considered as being in breach of the immigration rules.




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