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It is mandatory to have ILR or Settled Status to apply for citizenship, and to have held the status for at least 12 months unless married to a British national. You can still use a PR card if you have not been granted settled status, otherwise you must use settled status but you can still use the PR card to show lawful residence and PR status obtained over 12 months ago

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  • Filling in the AN form with PR or or ILR (including Settled Status)

    From July 1st, you can no longer apply for citizenship with a Permanent Residence Document (PR card).

    In order to apply for citizenship, applicants must have ILR, including Settled Status.

    You can still use your PR card to prove lawful residence, in the same way as you'd provide any other supporting documents for this purpose, such as P60s, self-assessments, etc.

    If you haven't had settled status for 12 months and have a PR...
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  • ILR including Settled Status mandatory to apply for naturalisation

    From July 1st, you can no longer apply for citizenship with a Permanent Residence Document (PR card).

    In order to apply for citizenship, applicants must have ILR, including Settled Status.


    You can still use your PR card to prove lawful residence, in the same way as you'd provide any other supporting documents for this purpose, such as P60s, self-assessments, etc.

    If you haven't had settled status for 12 months and have...
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  • PR status - wrong dates

    PR status - wrong dates

    The Home Office only started writing in the dates when PR status was acquired at the end of 2016, and the dates provided are not always correct.

    For the purpose of naturalisation, the dates are not relevant if your card was issued over 12 months ago, or you are married to a British citizen.

    However, if you have children born in the UK, the dates may be crucial, as they can determine whether your child is British from birth or requires registration.
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  • Changing the PR acquired date

    Changing the PR acquired date

    It may be possible to get the Home Office to change the date they deemed you to have acquired PR status if you write to them stating why you think you should have an earlier date.

    The dates are particularly important if you have children born in the UK before the date written in the letter sent by the Home Office.

    If you don't know the date when you acquired PR status, see How to find the date when you acquired PR status.

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  • How to find the date when you acquired PR status

    How to find the date when you acquired PR status

    From the end of 2016, the Home Office has been sending a letter stating the date when PR status was acquired with most successful PR document applications. If you haven't got that letter, you can send the following letter:...
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  • Date when PR status was acquired and PR card issue

    Date when PR status was acquired and PR card issue

    The date when you acquired PR status is based on the period you chose and the evidence you provided with your application. It could even be 10 or more years earlier than the issue date of your PR card. The earliest date when PR status can be acquired is April 30 2006. Starting in December 2016, the Home Office has been including a letter with the date PR status was acquired when sending the PR cards.

    See How to find the date when you acquired PR status

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