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Thanks this is brilliant. Just one more question though...once I have submitted the Form SET(O) and received our Indefinite Leave to Remain, how soon thereafter can I apply for British Naturalization and would my partner and I have to apply on separate Form AN's when we do so?
Sorry, there is just one more question - when my partner and I got our UK Ancestral Visas and due to the fact that I was the one with the British grandfather, his Ancestral Visa was marked "To Acc Partner - Sponsor C H Sadler 03/11/56" and mine was marked "UK Ancestry - employment". I was told that when I filled in the Form SET(O), I needed to fill in my partner's details in as a Dependant on that form (I was therefore submitting only one form with both our details on it). Is this correct?
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