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Dear Sirs/Madam I'm a EEA national resident in the UK since

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Dear Sirs/Madam
I'm a EEA national resident in the UK since 2003 can I apply for British naturalisation? I know I can but there are certain requirements in terms of absences how can I prove that to the home office if my passport is from a EEA country and don't get stamped?
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Immigration Law
Expert:  UKSolicitorJA replied 1 year ago.
Hello,
Yes, you can provided you were exercising treaty rights e.g. Working in the UK.
You do not need to prove your absences outside the UK, you only declare whatever days you have been absent and they will take your word for it.
Hope this helps
Customer: replied 1 year ago.

What if im self employed? Is there a minimum income i need to show on my accounts?

I own property in the Uk its currently let and i have bills and council tax bills dated 10 years ago at thensame addresss.Just passed the Life in the uk test...Will this be enough to satisfy the home office?

Finally is there an in house solicitor who you could recommend?

Thanks

Expert:  UKSolicitorJA replied 1 year ago.
No minimum income required.
You also need to show English language test pass.
Philip Gamble is recommended
https://www.philipgamble.co.uk
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