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#1 ashyyyyy

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Posted 29 March 2010 - 09:09 AM

dear my forum members

i just received a letter from the Home Office that my application for british citizenship has been successful.
i got an acknowlegdement letter within a week of applying and my application got approved within 2weeks from the date they acknowlegded
my application. i am so over the moon. i did not use a solicitor and i never quoted anything from the rules. i only include my IS96 covering
3year period since i am married to a BC. I advice all granted under legacy to apply within a year and you will all be granted. i am done guys
this was the only last thing left on my CV LOL

GOD BLESS YOU ALL

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#2 MLKO

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Posted 29 March 2010 - 09:38 AM

i am gald for you and every one else who suffer's under legacy.

but i just would like to know what did you sent them as a documents.

many thanks.



#3 ashyyyyy

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Posted 29 March 2010 - 09:48 AM

i send

my uk driver's licence
my indefinite leave to remain letter , please note i did not send the resident permit, i only send the letter
life in the uk pass nortification letter
temporary admission letters covering the last 3years
my emegency travelling documents to show the dates i travelled out of uk
the BC application form
my hubbys birth certificate
my marriage certificate

thats all Folks

#4 MLKO

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Posted 29 March 2010 - 10:09 AM

i send

my uk driver's licence
my indefinite leave to remain letter , please note i did not send the resident permit, i only send the letter
life in the uk pass nortification letter
temporary admission letters covering the last 3years
my emegency travelling documents to show the dates i travelled out of uk
the BC application form
my hubbys birth certificate
my marriage certificate

thats all Folks


thanks for reply.
the only resean i am asking, is bcos my mates wants to apply.
it isnt for myself , i am still waiting for the decision on my case. :(
all the best

many thanks

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Posted 29 March 2010 - 11:57 AM

i send

my uk driver's licence
my indefinite leave to remain letter , please note i did not send the resident permit, i only send the letter
life in the uk pass nortification letter
temporary admission letters covering the last 3years
my emegency travelling documents to show the dates i travelled out of uk
the BC application form
my hubbys birth certificate
my marriage certificate

thats all Folks



congratulation ashy and its nice to hear from you .

#6 jumbar

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Posted 29 March 2010 - 12:42 PM

dear my forum members

i just received a letter from the Home Office that my application for british citizenship has been successful.
i got an acknowlegdement letter within a week of applying and my application got approved within 2weeks from the date they acknowlegded
my application. i am so over the moon. i did not use a solicitor and i never quoted anything from the rules. i only include my IS96 covering
3year period since i am married to a BC. I advice all granted under legacy to apply within a year and you will all be granted. i am done guys
this was the only last thing left on my CV LOL

GOD BLESS YOU ALL



Well done!! God is great! i have just sent in my application for naturalisation. i hope it doe not take long.

#7 Doodoo

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Posted 29 March 2010 - 03:34 PM

Congulatulations once agains sister and thanks so much for your advice not just to me but to all the legacy members of this forum. God sees your good heart and many good things will continue to come your way!! Sky will be your limit!

Enjoy your future!

Doodoo!

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Posted 29 March 2010 - 07:24 PM

dear my forum members

i just received a letter from the Home Office that my application for british citizenship has been successful.
i got an acknowlegdement letter within a week of applying and my application got approved within 2weeks from the date they acknowlegded
my application. i am so over the moon. i did not use a solicitor and i never quoted anything from the rules. i only include my IS96 covering
3year period since i am married to a BC. I advice all granted under legacy to apply within a year and you will all be granted. i am done guys
this was the only last thing left on my CV LOL

GOD BLESS YOU ALL


Ash I`m not surprised with .you`re a very bright young lady. Congratulations and all the best with ur future. Next you should study immig.law to help us poor ones with legacy mudd

#9 karwan1

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Posted 29 March 2010 - 08:51 PM

dear my forum members

i just received a letter from the Home Office that my application for british citizenship has been successful.
i got an acknowlegdement letter within a week of applying and my application got approved within 2weeks from the date they acknowlegded
my application. i am so over the moon. i did not use a solicitor and i never quoted anything from the rules. i only include my IS96 covering
3year period since i am married to a BC. I advice all granted under legacy to apply within a year and you will all be granted. i am done guys
this was the only last thing left on my CV LOL

GOD BLESS YOU ALL


First of all Gongradulations...It is nice and reassuring that you got BC after 1 year of ILR through legacy case, really reassuring for all of us, I hust wonder whether your marriage to a british citizen had an affect? anyway, well done :thumbup:

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Posted 30 March 2010 - 08:40 AM

Congratulations, Makorokoto Ashyyyy.




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