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Hi thank you for your enquiry and your patience. What do you need to know about the application for naturalisation?
Hi thank you for your enquiry and your patience. The immigration history should not normally concern you if the home office have since granted you leave as they will have considered the refused applications already and decided to disaregard them when you got your residence card. FPNs and PCN are considered and there is no public record of IVAs so the home office would not find that. the last 3 years before your application are the crucial years and your last FPN was 4 years ago. There is no imprisonment an no convictions. Its not a pretty picture but it is not the worst. You can enclose a covering letter to explain these records and to show that you are remorseful and have not had any further issues for 4 years now. They will certainly consider them but I have seen worse explained and you should be ok. No solicitor can say to you you will succeed because nationality decisions are entirely at the secretary of state's sole discretion. what you should not do is to not disclose them as that would be deception and when they find the information on their own they will refuse your application.
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