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I just passed a 'Life in the UK test' and I'm not really sure what's next. I mean I think I just need to do a Home Office 'FORM AN' application form (it's about 17 pages), pay a fee (£874 or something like that) and send the form with passport and certificate confirming that I passed the test, that's all. Then I wait up to 6 months and if Home Office accepts the application I become British citizen, then I can apply for passport. Am I thinking right?
Because I read somewhere that I have to apply for 'Indefinite Leave to Remain' (ILR) after I pass the 'Life in the UK' test (?). Let me write a little bit about myself, so it may help you with an answer: I'm single, self-employed programmer and web developer, I've been living in the UK for last 7 years (I meet all the criteria listed here: https://www.gov.uk/becoming-a-british-citizen). I'm from Poland - country that is part of the EU (and it was already when I moved to UK). Thank you in advance for your time and help and please let me know if you need any other information from me.