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I have obtained the Indefinite leave to remain. I am due to start the naturalisation process. The trouble is that I have lost the list of all the dates I left the UK in the last 6 years since completing the indefinite leave to remain. Will it be a problem if I submit similar but different exit dates (from my previous ILR form) on my naturalisation form? Will the caseworker review my naturalisation form and crosscheck it with my already-successful indefinite leave to remain form?
Would it impact my application negatively? Is it likely for them to reject me based on my inability to give them the same dates I submitted in my ILR?If this could negatively impact my naturalisation, I guess I can simply wait a few years so that the disputed dates goes beyond the 5 years residency checks. Would that be a valid and sensible option?
Thank you, XXXXX XXXXX That is very helpful. Just one last question, in the subject access request. Will they just send me a copy or the actual SET(O) I submitted?I am guessing the subject access won't affect my ILR or my application for Naturalisation.