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How many days have you spent outside the uk in the last 5 years?
How many days have you spent outside the uk in the last 12 months?
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You can apply for naturalisation in order to naturalise as a UK citizen.
You appear to meet the residential criteria for naturalisation and you can apply provided that you meet the rest of the criteria on the following page:
Details on how you can apply are contained here:
Once you have obtained your certificate of naturalisation, you will have to attend a citizenship ceremony. Once you have attended the ceremony you can apply for UK passport.
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Sorry, if you applied for asylum without having leave to remain and your original asylum application was refused then they would probably regard you as being in breach of the immigration rules at this time.This means that they would probably refuse the application if you made it before 10 years from the date that you receive ILR. So, if you received ILR in 2009 then it's probable that an application made before 2019 would be refused.
So, you must see what 10 years from the date that you received ILR was and then wait until then and then apply.
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It would be regarded as a breach if you did not have leave to remain when you made the asylum application, yes.
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5 years is if there is no break of the immigration rules. 10 years is if there had been a breach.
It's been like this for quite a long time.
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