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  • UKCEN2021 Family of three, no problem

    2 years from SS to Citizenship Ceremony. Child in school, Mrs at home, me at work. The missus was a bit tricky because of lack of proof of residency. Bank statements and literally all letters addressed to her did the trick. We had two wait 15 months after SS, because the 5 plus 1 years had not yet been up.
    I got crucial help and a sorry of sense of confidence from this forum, for which I'm very grateful.

    Booking the ukvcas appointment was stressful but didn't actually take very long. It's just a bit scary when you don't see any openings day after day... There's good advice here somewhere about what time it's best to try.

    My child got his certificate first, before we even had an invitation to the ceremony.
    That was a bit dull and not very awe inspiring. The best bit was when everyone said their own name in their own tongue. So many languages and sounds!
    Forum makers, contributors, experts and lawyers, we salute you!

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    Originally posted by TatuMonk View Post
    2 years from SS to Citizenship Ceremony. Child in school, Mrs at home, me at work. The missus was a bit tricky because of lack of proof of residency. Bank statements and literally all letters addressed to her did the trick. We had two wait 15 months after SS, because the 5 plus 1 years had not yet been up.
    I got crucial help and a sorry of sense of confidence from this forum, for which I'm very grateful.

    Booking the ukvcas appointment was stressful but didn't actually take very long. It's just a bit scary when you don't see any openings day after day... There's good advice here somewhere about what time it's best to try.

    My child got his certificate first, before we even had an invitation to the ceremony.
    That was a bit dull and not very awe inspiring. The best bit was when everyone said their own name in their own tongue. So many languages and sounds!
    Forum makers, contributors, experts and lawyers, we salute you!
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