Thanks for the clarification, it has really helped. I understand that its not a minor offence and it usually results in non-custodial sentence and also the change in the law from 13 Dec 2012. But with regards XXXXX XXXXX second question I would still need your advice. That is:
"Do I need to declare this when I am applying for Indifinate leave to remain in UK (weather as a civil judgement or civil penalty, if it has happened more than 2 years ago)"?
I would very much appreciate your advice.
Thank you Thomas, thats quite helpful.
One last thing I would like to know before I rate your answer.
It categorised a civil judgement OR civil penalty and would you be able to give me the link where I can find this information or relevant information?
Thanks, XXXXX XXXXX much appreciate.
I know the link you have given me, its the whole ukba website, but I would like to know where specifically on that website I can find information about change in the law (From 13 December 2012:)
If you could provide me this link, I would be grateful.
You mentioned earlier -
You can find further information from the UKBA websitehttp://www.ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk
I spent lot of time browsing that website to search that info and now you are saying you found that info in the law books. I appreciate your honesty but I am starting to feel kind of mislead now.
I would really if you can give me the link either from UKBA website or any other website where I can find the info relating to changes in the law from 13 Dec 2012.
My query (where on UKBA website I can find this info) is in relation to the original question I asked you and the answer you gave me (change in the law from 13th Dec 2012).
I wanted a concrete proof of your advice hence I asked you for the link with info about change in the law from 13th Dec 2012 and you gave me UKBA website http://www.ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk . When I asked you where on ukba website I can find this info, you said you didn't find that info on ukba website but in books.
Why did you give me ukba main website link when you didn't use it to find the info or if you didn't know that info is available on that website or not. Is it not kind of misleading? I would not have mind at all if you had told me in the first instance that you have used other sources rather than the ukba website. I know about the ukba website very well, I was not able to find the info I wanted with regards XXXXX XXXXX in the law from 13th Dec 2012 on the ukba website hence I paid you for the advice.
To conclue this please tell me where on ukba website I can find info about change in the law from 13th Dec 2012. I am an ordinary man and you are the legal expert, I am hoping you know this very well so I am asking you. You have indeed answered my questions eventually and I appreciate that but as a supporting evidence to your advice I wanted this information. If you do not know or if you have no intention of letting me know or if you think I am asking for too much information then please tell me, I wouldn't mind at all.
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