The form asks you to declare any of the following:

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For criminal convictions:

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If you have been arrested and charged with an offence, the following is required
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Civil judgments

Civil judgments are County Court Judgments (CCJs) and Liability orders for non payment of council tax and other civil penalties.

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For motoring offences and penalties, see:For more details regarding the Good Character requirement for naturalisation applications, please refer to: Breaches of immigration conditions can also be grounds for refusal. This wouldn't normally apply to most EEA nationals but could apply to their family members.

See: Breach of immigration requirements.

If you have criminal convictions, have been arrested and charged, declared bankrupt, had several CCJs or Liability Orders, etc. and are concerned about the impact on your application, you may want to seek legal advice.

If you forgot to declare a conviction, penalty or civil judgment when you submitted the form, you should disclose it, even if you did not remember it at the time of application.

You can send an email to FurtherNationalityEnquiries@homeoffice.gsi.gov.uk giving your full name, date of birth and address, explaining the circumstances.