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Hi I send my application to the uk border agency for naturalisation but forget the declare my cu80 I though is minor offence but when I search the net I should declare it because I refuse the sign the fpn than I received the summons after 6 months I just plead guilty by post and they gave me 3 point and 60 pount fine is my application get refused I declare my two other spend offences but not cu80 because I thougt is minor offence I just sent it 2 days ago if I can call or write to them to send my application back as they didint even looked at it yet or is there any chance its get approval if there is no chance they diidnt took the money yet from my bank can i cancel my application and wait another 2 years plz help urgent
What do I need to do the withdraw my application just need to call or write to them is there any chance it get approval because I had friend got simioar offence lc20 dealing with the court and it get approved as I mention I didint declare it what wiill happen they can finf out as soon as they do criminal check what will hapoen if they found oyt I didint declare and it dosent make any sense if I accept the fpn ir dealing with the court its justvthe day police officers he wasnt kind thats the reason I refused the sign as soin as I received the summons I just plead guilty by post didint even goto the court its nit like I didint accept the offence dudint want to dealing with the officer thats all even court I send letter I explain to them ehat happen I did sccept the fpn its just the officer wss very rude thats all
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