Thank you for your question and patience, I’m Tom and I’ll try to help you.
There is no way that you can obtain a UK citizen any quicker.
It’s actually going to take a bit longer then you think.
The requirements for naturalisation are on the following page:
You will see that you must be free from immigration time restrictions for 12 months before you apply. As an EEA citizen this means that you must obtain PR and then wait a further 12 months before you can apply for naturalisation.
You must have 5 years residence in the UK exercising your treaty rights in the UK before you can apply for PR. Here is confirmation and how you can apply:
So, once you have reached 5 years working in the UK you should apply for PR. Then you must wait a further 12 months before you can then apply to naturalise as a UK citizen.
The results of the referendum are unlikely to stop you being able to do the above. The treatments of EEA citizens in already in the UK is likely to form part of the negotiations which will happen between the UK and the EEA over the next few years, it will undoubtedly give you enough time to reach 5 years and then apply for PR.
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