Can you clarify the final sentence of your answer please?
Is your application pending or has it been approved?
Thanks for your reply.
Having just checked I'm afraid there is no possibility of you being refunded the UKBA's fee for your application become naturlised, I'm very sorry.
I cannot see any benefit of withdrawing the application, please feel free to let me know why you wish to do so.
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I observed that my application has been filled with a mistake the referees i used was not outstanding person i thought an IT engineer was ok but was later told by a friend that i should have look for GP, Pastor.Lawyer, senior civil sevavnt. im trying to take a quick steps to withdraw my application which is pending before is rejected. Is it lawful to call back my application.
You can withdraw the application, but I should have thought it's worth seeing what decisin they come to and then appealing. Or otherwise simply filing a further application.
Hope this clarifies, if so please click accept. Kind regards,
I'm afraid that if you file a new application then the UKBA will require a further application fee to be paid. There is no getting around that.
I would wait until you get a decision on the current application then take your matter if refused to a local immigration solicitor to appeal, or make a further fresh application then by yourself if you are confident you can remedy the defect in the current application.
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