me and my husband including my daughter apply for British citizenship and was refused,my husband had 2 lc20 offence and i had one lc20 offence ,so my daughter was also refused,why?
the offence my husband have is lc20
no he didnt go to court he was sent the amount to pay and deducted 3 points from his provisional lesson,and he had this lc20 twice ,he was charge 35 pounds for eash and i had one lc20 which i was only charge 35 pounds and 3 points was deducted from my provisional lesson all these offence took place in 2009
thanks,both me and my partner never went to court,we only pay the fine which where 35 pounds and points was removed from the driving license,and is this also the reason my child was refused to be registra as british citizen
she was born in liberia november 2001 and we receive our indefinite to remain in april 2009
we both receive FPNS and we never went to court,we did neutralized with her but she was also refused,was she refused because of us?
SO IF YOU HAVE A SINGLE CONVICTION WHICH I HAD LC20,CAN YOU STILL BE REFUSED?AND I DIDNT GO TO COURT
IF IT IS NOT A FPN AND YOU HAVE A LC20 JUST ONCE ,WHICH IS A SINGLE OFFENCE CAN YOU STILL BE REFUSED AND IS THIS OFFENCE A MINOR OFFENCE OR MAJOR OFFENCE
SO CAN YOU EXPLAIN TO ME WHAT S THE MEANING OF THE FPN,HOW DOES IT GO ABOUT,IS IT A FINE THAT THE POLICE GIVE YOU RIGHT WHERE YOU WERE STOP OR DO THEY HAVE TO WRITE TO YOU,PLEASE EXPLAIN THIS TO ME I WANT TO GET A BETTER UNDERSTANDING ABOUT THIS FPN.THANKS
JUST ONE QUESTION I HAVE CAUSE THIS IS THE EXACT SITUATION WHICH AM IN NOW AND BEEN REFUSED AND WHICH I THINK WE SHOULDNT BE REFUSED,SO CAN YOU TAKE OUR CASE TO APPEAL ON OUR BEHALF?
thanks a million ,am very satisfy,have a nice day.
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