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Hello, I am a Solicitor with over 19 years experience in the UK.
Thank you for your enquiry, I will do my best to advise you appropriately, however before I can do this I need more information.
Can you please let me know what the Home office have communicated in their correspondence to you husband so I may advise properly.
What is your Husband's Immigration Status?
What was the Offence for which he is incarcerated?
What was the Term of the Custodial Sentence?
I look forward to your response at your earliest convenience
Hello, Thank you for the Clarification.
I am sorry to advise that it appears that your suspicions are correct. The Home Office will argue that at the time of completing the Naturalisation Application your husband was not of "Good Character" and that he had made a false declaration, in that he knew this because he was engaged in serious criminal activity in March 2010.
The Fact that he pleaded "Guilty" does not at all help his case because this is evidence that he accept that he committed the Offence in March 2010.
Unfortunately, it is not relevant that he was not charged until August 2018. The Home Office will in all likelihood revoke your Husband's Nationality, this can however be challenged and I would advise that obtain a copy of the correspondence so you may be advised properly by a competent Immigration Solicitor.
Finally, was there any mention of deportation to your Husband's Country of Origin?
Thank you for your reply.
This does not unfortunately not mean that the Home Office could raise this issue at a later stage.
Unfortunately, I cannot give you more positive outlook.
Please contact an Immigration Solicitor urgently who can engage with the Home Office to confirm the exact position and to challenge the Home Office decision.
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