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Category: UK Immigration Law
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Experience:  BA (Hons), PgDip, Practising Solicitor
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Customer Question

Hello,

I am on an Ancestry visa on my way to ILR. My question is: once I have ILR if I want to qualify for naturalisation, are the rules still that:

1) must not have been out of the country for more than 450 days in the last five years
2) must not have been travelling for more than 90 days in the last year

I'm asking because I'm wondering if the new rules during the Ancestry five year period (up to 180 days out of country) have had an impact on the rules for qualifying for naturalisation.

Many thanks
Submitted: 3 years ago.
Category: UK Immigration Law
Expert:  Thomas replied 3 years ago.
Hi

When did you apply 4 and enter on your ancestry visa?

Tom
Expert:  Thomas replied 3 years ago.
Hi,

Are you able to respond to the above post in order that I may provide you with an answer please?

Kind regards,


Tom
Customer: replied 3 years ago.

Seriously? You're responding in text speak? Good God. I will not be pursuing this question with you either.

Expert:  Thomas replied 3 years ago.
Hi

I'm sorry, I was using voice recognition software.

Would you like to proceed, or would you prefer a refund?

Kind regards

Tom
Customer: replied 3 years ago.

I would prefer not to proceed. I don't require a refund - I registered for a free trial, which I have now cancelled.

Expert:  Thomas replied 3 years ago.
Okay.

Tom

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