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If you are here on an EEA residence card, then you must apply for the EEA equivalent of “indefinite leave to remain” which is called “permanent residence”.
Here is the webpage on applying for PR and you will see there are links to how you can apply:
They changed the rules a couple of years ago so that all applicants here under EEA rules wishing to apply for naturalisation must first apply for PR.So, if you were to apply for naturalisation without first having applied for confirmation of PR then the application would be rejected and the very expensive naturalisation fee would be kept./
You must apply for confirmation of your PR and then because the naturalisation residence requirements state that you must be free from immigration times restrictions for 12 months you must wait a further 12 months from the date that you get pR and then you can apply for naturalisation.
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Did you get an EEA family permit before you travelled to the UK?Tom
That's your family permit, so you will be able to apply 5 years from the date that you traveled to the UK on it.
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If you traveled to the UK on the family permit in November 2011 then you can apply for PR in November 2016