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You should have received an email about being granted settled status with an attachment that explains among other things your rights to apply for U.K. citizenship. Rules based on “indefinite leave to remain” are not relevant anymore. What the governent website says: "To apply for citizenship with settled status you must usually have lived in the UK for 12 ...


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Settled status or no, as things stand at the moment you will be able to freely move to the UK as an EU national in mid 2020. Unless there's a major upheaval (and hey, who knows!) all of 2020 will be the "transition period"link and you will still be able to move to the UK without a visa and UK citizens will still have the ability to do the same to the rest of ...


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The most likely reason is that you’re using the wrong application form and/or you have filled in some information incorrectly. The question ‘which passport did you use to enter the UK’ implies you are in the UK, whereas you state in your question that you’ve never entered the UK. If you’re sure that you’ve selected the right form to apply from outside ...


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Policy on locations from where applications may be submitted is set out in the UK Immigration Rules Part1 (Entry Clearance, section 28) https://www.gov.uk/guidance/immigration-rules/immigration-rules-part-1-leave-to-enter-or-stay-in-the-uk An applicant for an entry clearance must be outside the United Kingdom and Islands at the time of the application. An ...


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