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Old 27th July 2019, 10:00 PM
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I have just received my indefinite leave spouse biometric card a week ago can I straight away apply for naturalization? Or have to wait 1 year? Also do I need to show proof of financial req again? And finally do u need to show evidence again we are living together?
Congratulations. You will not have to satisfy any financial requirements for Naturalization. The only thing Sopra Steria was interested in was my US Passport. I did scan my LITUK Pass letter and a few HMRC documents to show I was gainfully employed.

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What if you have never worked and you rely on your spouse? How soon can u apply after getting indefinite leave?

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Old 28th July 2019, 07:42 AM
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You can apply immediately after you get ILR. I don't think employment is a necessary prerequisite for Naturalization but I didn't think it would hurt my cause if I showed I was working and paying taxes.

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EEA national question on the form mean.

Are you either?

EEa national who has been issued with a permanent resident permit.
A family member of an eea national who has been issued with a permanent resident card.

Do I select yes for this question?

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On the form did u say yes to previous applications made? If so did you list them all flrm the indefinite leave spouse etc?

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I answered Yes to the question that asked "Have you previously made an application?"

I applied for a Spouse Visa, Then FLR, the ILR all thankfully granted. They aren't tricky questions but admittedly some are worded poorly. Good Luck-

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Where do I print the reference form from?

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If you are married to a British Citizen you do not have to wait a year you can apply straight away.

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Have u had any update on your application?

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Been 5 weeks so far, I saw some people were finding out around the 6 week mark: but I am prepared to wait the 6 months the official guideline. I know the UKVAS centers are swamped right now.

As soon as I hear anything I will post here.

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