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I am applying for UK citizenship and am drafting a covering letter for the application. The reason I believe this is required is that I received a caution for an offence committed when I was 16 (I am now 28) and I have been advised that I should include a letter explaining that I am of good character and that this was an isolated incident which happened in my youth. I am not sure how exactly to word the letter, whether to refer to the actual offence or just the evidence of good character. A template of how to approach the letter is what I am looking for, together with suggestions of any evidence I should provide. Kind regards Lisa
Please cancel the question for me. I presume my money will be refunded in full?