Speeding Tickets And Naturalisation
Posted 12 December 2012 - 08:06 PM
I would like to find if I have 9 (6 points by law) point on my driving license it will make a negative decision on my application.
3 points for speeding fixed penalty -30.05.2009
3 points for speeding fixed penalty -17.01.2010
3 points for speeding fixed penalty - 13.03.2012
problem is that the person who wrote down points from 2009 and 2010 didnt write down FIXED PENALTY. I spoke to DVLA and they cannot send me a letter stating that this points are fixed penalties but in their data base is stated that those points are fixed penalties.
I have been told by Nationality Checking Service in Liverpool that not stating on driving license this term Fixed Penalty will make negative decision on my application.
As far i know points are valid for 3 years but are staying on driving license for 4 years.
I have only one fixed penalty within last 12 months.
What can i do right now ????
Posted 12 December 2012 - 10:13 PM
Posted 12 December 2012 - 10:24 PM
thanks i managed even have my money back today as i complain to duty manager in Register office. I know that they are bunch of plonkers in NCS and in whole liverpool council.
I sent my AN application any way as far i know i dont have to state my fixed penalty tickets in application. In the worst case i will lose £851
im in legal limit as i have only fixed penalty ticket in last 12 months. I have so many points just because i make around 50k miles per year. I have done more miles in last 9 years then average english man/ woman in his/her life time.
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