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  • EliceB
    started a topic PSS and working in film abroad

    PSS and working in film abroad

    Hi all,
    I am European and have Pre settled status since 2019. I know I can be outside the in for 6 months within one year or 2 years within the...
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  • 472 day absences but strong family ties: clarity on some questions

    Hi all,
    Thanks for accepting my request to join this forum and for all the great work that you’ve done so far. I am in the process of finalising...
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  • EggsBenedict
    started a topic Absence during COVID

    Absence during COVID

    Good morning,

    I would really appreciate your help when it comes to some absences from the U.K. and how it affects my British citizenship...
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  • FruzsinaK
    started a topic Application Date

    Application Date

    Hi everyone,

    I am in the process to submit my British citizenship application but wasn't sure of one particular criteria.

    One...
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  • Downloading the online AN form as a PDF

    Downloading the online AN form as a PDF

    You may want to download a copy of the online AN form in PDF format, which can be viewed on your browser and printed off if required.

    It is possible to download a PDF even if the form is incomplete, in that case, the PDF will have the words "incomplete application" appended to the end of the file name.

    To download a PDF of the form, go to the top of the screen and click on the applicant's name as shown below. If doing a family application,...
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    Last edited by ClaudLatina; 29-09-2021, 11:44 AM. Reason: checked

  • Allowed absences and discretion

    The usual absence allowances are:
    • Up to 90 days in the last 12 months; and either
    • Up to 270 days in the last 3 years if you are married to a British citizen at the time of your application; or
    • Up to 450 days in the last 5 years if you are not married to a British citizen.
    The Home Office has discretion to waive excess absences in individual cases, for example, as a result of your work.

    The individual circumstances of each case will be looked at, includin...
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  • Absences and citizenship applications

    Absences and citizenship applications

    To count how many days you have been absent, only whole days of absence are counted, not the day when you leave the country nor when you return.

    If you download the form in pdf format, it will show the calculation, for each stay and the total.

    See: Downloading a PDF of the AN form.



    Please double-check that the dates you have entered are correct, before submitting the form, it is very easy to make a mistake when...
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    Last edited by ClaudLatina; 29-09-2021, 11:44 AM. Reason: checked

  • Absences and residence requirements for naturalisation

    Please note the following requirements:

    You need to have been physically present in the UK:
    • 3 years ago on the date you submit your citizenship application if you are married to a British citizen at the time of your application; or
    • 5 years ago if not married to a British citizen.
    The relevant date is defined on page 14 of the Nationality Policy:



    A similar principle would apply to applications on the basis of marriage, where...
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  • Cover letter

    A covering letter is not mandatory but desirable. Our lawyers always include a covering letter with every application.

    The cover letter is a document you have to type yourself in Word or a similar program and upload with the rest of supporting documents, it's not part of the AN form nor provided with the form.

    The letter is useful to explain things such as:
    • That your absence/trips listing is to the best of your recollection.
    • If you have
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