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Hi please need your help, I'm trying to get my first provisional driving licence in uk, given that I should show my adress for the last 3 years,considering I just moved here about few months ago, what can I do ? I would appreciate a lot your help I'm not finding the asnwers anywehere else thank you very much cheers

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    I don't really understand the problem. You're not required to show a UK address for the past 3 years. You'll need to write down your addresses for the past 3 years, wherever in the world they were. Could you explain more what your issue is? – MJeffryes Jan 10 '19 at 19:13
  • @MJeffryes - I think that's an answer. – Martin Bonner supports Monica Jan 10 '19 at 19:39
  • Thanks for being there to help ! it is because on the online system application it doesn't work for me when I introduce the post code of my adress lived oversea about the last 3 years. It tells me: Error: "" Postcodes should be in a valid format e.g AB12 3CD. Please try again."" Given my poste code is only Digits (5 Digits) – user16515 Jan 10 '19 at 20:14
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You're not required to show a UK address for the past 3 years. You'll need to provide your addresses for the past 3 years, wherever in the world they are.

  • Thanks for being there to help ! it is because on the online system application it doesn't work for me when I introduce the post code of my adress lived oversea about the last 3 years. It tells me: Error: "" Postcodes should be in a valid format e.g AB12 3CD. Please try again."" Given my poste code is only Digits (5 Digits) – user16515 Jan 10 '19 at 20:21
  • I think I got another route through the online application system and it works ! thanks so much to everyone for your time and help ! cheers – user16515 Jan 10 '19 at 21:02
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    @user16515 To help future expats with a similar problem, can you please post answer on how you "got another route through the online application system"? – B.Liu Jan 12 '19 at 12:42

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