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#21 Victoria

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Posted 16 December 2012 - 06:09 PM

What are you talking about?

I've spent most of the week dealing with appeals and trying to get a client out of detention. I am behind on my emails but have given you good information here. I'm under no obligation to contribute and I'm not giving detailed information purely so that you don't have to bother to read the immigration rules. I don't expect to be berated because I won't spoon feed you with information!



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Posted 17 December 2012 - 09:41 AM

What are you talking about?

I've spent most of the week dealing with appeals and trying to get a client out of detention. I am behind on my emails but have given you good information here. I'm under no obligation to contribute and I'm not giving detailed information purely so that you don't have to bother to read the immigration rules. I don't expect to be berated because I won't spoon feed you with information!


I'm sure just like everyone else you are also busy with your profession, I am not denying that. Neither am I asking you or anyone else for involuntary free advise (If that's what you meant by spoon feeding)
All I'm saying is, don't ask people to email you with details, when you clearly know that you are not going to take the case on or don't have the time for it.

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Posted 17 December 2012 - 07:53 PM

I never do.

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Posted 22 December 2012 - 06:00 PM

Important changes in the NEW Naturalisation booklet AN - Good Character requirement.

If you are serving / served a non custodial sentence - Application should be refused if the conviction occurred in the last 3 years.

I am interpreting this change as a positive one, particularly for people who have traffic offenses such as, Driving without insurance, Using mobile phone or other similar offenses that used to carry a 5 year period before it became spent.
My interpretation is that for any of the above offenses you can now apply 3 years after the date of conviction.

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Posted 30 December 2012 - 12:41 AM

I arrived to the United Kingdom, from Sierra Leone on 21st November 1999. On October 30th 2005 I was given indefinite leave to remain in the United Kingdom, I have applied for a passport in the past and was advised that I should be naturalised. I sent off the relevant ID required along with the requested fee, to no avail.

22nd June 2005 I was convicted of possessing listed false instrument, for which I spent 3 months in prison came out on August 30th (9 months sentence). Previously I was informed by a member of staff at the Home Office that, should I apply for a British Citizenship before 22/03/2011 it is likely to be unsuccessful, please can you inform me on what grounds my applications will be unsuccessful. I now want to know what my options are on obtaining a British Passport if you could give me any advice, I would be extremely grateful.




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