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IN order to apply for naturalisation a person must be free of immigration time restrictions and otherwise meet the criteria on the following page:-
IN the case of an EEA citizen this means that you must first apply for Permanent Residence. You can do this provided you have been in the UK for a period of 5 years exercising your treaty rights (ie. Working). You can find all the information on this and how you need to apply on the following link:-
You will need to apply using UKBA form EEA3.
Once you have Permanent Residence you can then apply to naturalise.
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On the wed side recomended, for Romanian, are specified conditions.
So I can not use EEA 3 form.
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