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    ILR Success

    Well after over 5 years residency I am happy to say Jamie finally got her ILR.

    Postal application 5th December 2017 letter of approval 5th February 2018 so 1 day short of 9 weeks pretty fast I thought.

    Time to save up again for Natuarlisation but eh the hard work is finally over and she's free at last.

    Thank you to all who have supported us over the years, you know who you are...Mark.



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    Congrats Mark and to your wifey!
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    Congratulations to you both. Naturalisation is the easy bit and not as expensive. You may want to consider dual citizenship as well.


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    Good news Mark
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    Mark, I'm delighted for you and Jamie ... CONGRATULATIONS!


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    Quote Originally Posted by lordna View Post
    Congratulations to you both. Naturalisation is the easy bit and not as expensive. You may want to consider dual citizenship as well.
    .................................................................................................................. 's true on BOTH counts, Mark. But, like you've already mentioned, the hardest parts are finally behind you now.


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    Congratulations to the both of you


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    Thanks guys, a long journey but worth it. Also to my good friend Arthur who has supported me from day one and Terpe as well ...


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