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For referee for citizenship form, you have to get one professional referee, (who can be of any nationality) and one British referee , ( who can be unemployed at the moment)
Following are the acceptable professional persons, who can act as your professional referee , provided they know you for 3 or more years
articled clerk of a limited company
assurance agent of recognised company
bank or building society official
British Computer Society (BCS) - professional grades which are Associate (AMBCS), Member (MBCS), Fellow (FBCS)
chairman or director of limited company
Christian science practitioner
commissioner for oaths
councillor: local or county
civil servant (permanent)
designated premises supervisors
director or Manager of a VAT registered charity
director, manager or personnel officer of a VAT registered company
driving instructor (approved)
engineer (with professional qualifications)
fire service official
insurance agent (full time) of a recognised company
justice of the Peace
legal secretary (members and fellows of the Institute of legal secretaries)
local government officer
manager or Personnel officer (of limited company)
member of Parliament
member of Her Majesty’s Armed Forces
Merchant Navy officer
minister of a recognised religion
nurse (RN, SEN or holder of a BA in nursing)
officer of the armed services (active or retired)
paralegal (certified or qualified paralegals, and associate members of the Institute of Paralegals)
person with honours (such as OBE, MBE and so on)
personal licensee holders
Post Office official
president or secretary of a recognised organisation
Salvation Army officer
trade union officer
travel agency (qualified)
valuers and auctioneers (fellow and associate members of the incorporated society)
warrant officers and chief petty officers
You can give tentative date , however caseworker will check if you were in the UK 5 years prior to your citizenship application.
You can get this information from the Home office by making a SAR .
Use this form to request a copy of your personal information from the Home Office's immigration records (this is also known as a 'subject access request').
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If he a professional photographer , then yes, he can be your referee.
You better off be giving a later date than a earlier tentative date .
If you have not uploaded documentation and the application has not been processed then you might be able to cancel it.
No, it would not have any ill effect.
You need to provide the new address of your employer.
It can be different as on P60 , might be their registered address and on their website they might be mentioning their trading address ( place of work).
You need to provide the trading address, where your employer can be contacted at.
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You can get summary from HMRC , and provide your P60S.
For your employment
For your residence , you need to provide proof of your address.
Your utility bills, Bank statements, etc.