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How long have you resided in the UK?
Are you working or studying in the UK?
I arrived in the uk in july 2007. obtained my yellow card in nov 2008 and blue card in june 2012. Am I eligible for naturalisation? i would like to add that i am a respectable person,(languages teacher in my own country), never had any criminal record of any kind and i have been working as an administrator for the same company since 2008.
I now have my family here my English partner and our 14 months old baby. What is the best way forward for me and what are the costs involved.thank you
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From July 2007 and November 2008 what where you doing in the uk? Studying?
If you have been residing in the UK for at least 5 years and exercising treaty rights as either:
You are said to be exercising Treaty rights if you are:
You will be eligible to apply for permanent residency in the UK after 5 years the form you would need to you to submit your application for permanent residency. Once you have held your permanent residency document for 1 year you will then be able to apply for citizenship.
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Sorry in addition there is no fee for a permanent residency application.
The current fee for applying for British citizenship is £851.00.
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